Described by some as a "four letter word", transport is an area of NDIS policy that boggles the minds of even the most seasoned NDIS nerds. In this webinar, Evie & Rob break down the detail to:
- Tell you the 'who and how' of spending core funding flexibly on transport
- Identify the defining differences between activity-based and general transport
- Explain how the NDIA calculates a person's transport budget
- Outline the NDIS transport pricing recommendations
- Unpack the provider travel claiming rules
This webinar was recorded on Tuesday 27th October.
You will also have access to the slides used during the presentation and the Q&As from all 3 live webinar sessions.
Evie is a DSC all rounder, an NDIS expert and director-general of all things online at DSC (and that's a lot of things!). She holds both a Masters degree in Sustainable Business Development from HEC Paris and a Media Communications degree from the University of Melbourne.
Evie is one of the four founding members of DSC and is a huge contributor to our success. She is an outstanding writer, presenter and service developer. Evie has been highly influential in building the sector's understanding of NDIS Support Coordination and if you need something done quickly, wonderfully and with flair then go ask Evie.
Rob has worked in and around the NDIS since its inception, including as owner-operator of a provider in a trial site. As well as this, his roles in the disability sector over the last 15 years have covered direct support work, project management, business development, consulting, and ILC-funded advocacy roles. As Founder and Director of a values-based NDIS service provider, he guided all areas of an organisation supporting several hundred people. Rob led every element of the organisation's setup and growth, from back-end systems and governance through to service delivery models, day-to-day operations and frontline worker training. He has experience across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in Australia and the UK including Board and Committee of Management roles. Combining a lived experience of the Early Childhood Early Intervention service with professional experience of the realities of life as a provider, Rob has a personal interest in ambitious service models and sustainable organisational structures.
This is a recording of a live webinar. It features two presenters speaking to slides for around 45 minutes, followed by around 30 minutes of questions from attendees of the live session.
No, but a transcript of the webinar is available along with the slides and the video recording.