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NDIS Industry Roundtable: Report of Findings

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The introduction of the NDIS is reshaping the delivery of disability services by introducing a demand-driven model to encourage choice between services and providers.

Disability service providers that traditionally rely on block funding need to build revenue certainty in an environment that now encourages choice and competition. As a consequence, there is an urgent need to build marketing capability and capacity for disability service providers.

Syneka Marketing has been working with for-profit and not-for-profit disability providers to enhance market readiness within this uncertain environment. On the 22nd March,  we will be presenting our report into the current state of market readiness within the NDIS and the steps to strengthen marketing capability and capacity.

We invite disability providers of all sizes to attend our NDIS Industry Roundtable where we will be presenting and workshopping the findings from this report. If your organisation is looking for ways to remain viable and sustainable, then attend this event and learn how to safeguard the future of your future.

Time: 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Location: Kelvin Club, 14 Melbourne Place, Melbourne CBD

Register through www.synekamarketing.com.au/ndisreport

 

Insights for NDIS providers

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Over the past two years we have been assisting National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) providers to understand and maximise their impact in an NDIS environment. The NDIS will be fully rolled out by the end of 2019 and is anticipated to reach 460,000 participants.

The introduction of the NDIS has transformed the way that many organisations and practitioners work with people with disabilities. Block funding has been replaced by individualised packages, with NDIS participants having the choice to select providers to meet their needs.

Our involvement with the NDIS has been through various means including workshops, as well as the development of marketing audits, forecasts and plans for providers.

Approximately 6 months ago we also contacted disability providers in Victoria to gain an understanding of the current context of the NDIS. The undertaking was substantial. Through this endeavour we have gained considerable insight into this sector. We would like to share this information with you in a report that we have put together about the sector.

Join us from 12pm to 2pm on Thursday the 22nd of March to gain valuable insights from this industry report. Register at  www.eventbrite.com.au/e/national-disability-insurance-scheme-ndis-report-of-findings-tickets-42976428655