Why training is important for your NDIS business

“For the best return on your money, pour your purse into your head.” – Benjamin Franklin    Training, for you and your staff, can be one of the most important things you can do to keep your NDIS business healthy. Training helps to ensure you’re providing the very best service to your participants. There are […]

How do you find and keep NDIS participants?

No matter what type of business you have, effectively marketing your product and services is crucial to your success. Operating as an NDIS provider, you will simply need to tailor your approach to the various types of participants. In the digital age, a lot of marketing strategies are based on website content and social media […]

The importance of keeping NDIS payments accurate

Navigating the NDIS Price Guide can be tricky, but it’s important to make sure that you get it right. As a registered NDIS provider, you are responsible for ensuring that you are complying with the price limits and arrangements in the NDIS Price Guide. The NDIA monitors provider payment requests to make sure claims correctly […]

How to Become an Aged Care Service Provider in 2021

If you want to become an aged care service provider, it’s highly likely that you know what’s involved to some degree. You’ll be aware that care services cover lots of different categories and are provided in various places. You’ll also know that the aims are to look after elderly people’s well-being, keep them safe and […]

Starting an Aged Care Business in Australia in 2021

Aged care is an expanding industry that currently serves over one million people and attracts $17.8 billion of government funding. As a result, it has more than 2000 providers with over 350,000 workers. There are plenty of opportunities for new providers to join the sector. However, you need to conform to certain requirements and have […]

How to Become an Aged Care Worker in 2021

As Australia’s population ages, there is a growing need for aged care workers. That, according to the Australian government, means the number of professional aged care workers is likely to double over the next five years. As a result, the industry can offer stable employment with great prospects and a highly rewarding career with a […]

Introducing new ‘COVID normal’ support measures

It’s now been a year since COVID-19 started to impact all of our lives. Throughout 2020, measures were brought in to help the community pass through the pandemic. As we progress through 2021, the NDIA have evaluated some changes for a new ‘COVID normal’.   On 1 March, 2021 the NDIS Price Guide, Support Catalogue […]

Finding the right fit between NDIS provider and participant

The relationship between an NDIS participant and their care provider is an important one. Finding the right fit is the first step in creating a healthy, successful ongoing partnership. As a participant it’s crucial that you find a provider that you can trust to give you the support that you need. This will ensure that […]

The importance of onboarding staff to your care provider business

Whether you’re an NDIS or a My Aged Care provider, onboarding new staff to your business is essential to their ongoing performance. Many people see onboarding their staff induction simply as ‘ticking a box’, a requirement they need to do, but properly onboarding your staff can make a big difference to how well they do […]

Understanding tax jargon when you’re a care provider

As an NDIS or My Aged Care provider, looking after your tax arrangements can be a daunting prospect. There are so many acronyms and jargon thrown around that it can be hard to understand what is being said, let alone what you need to do.  Here is some basic information that will help you decipher […]

Transition for Workers Screening Check in Victoria

From 1 February, 2021, the NDIS Workers Screening Check (WSC) was introduced as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality & Safeguard Framework. This is a national approach to how workers are screened for risk-assessed roles.  There are transitional arrangements in place before a worker will be required to get an NDIS WSC. In […]

What is the Workers Screening Check and how will it affect you?

From February 1, 2021, the NDIS Workers Screening Check has been introduced as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality & Safeguard Framework. This is a national approach to how workers are screened for risk-assessed roles. Put simply, it is a single national check that will replace the many different arrangements that have been […]

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