Why take this course?
Supported Independent Living (SIL) arrangements are changing to create more flexibility, variation and better outcomes for participants. But with this shift – no matter how positive – also comes significant changes to funding and quoting. So once again, it’s time to pivot.
An essential professional development opportunity, this two hour workshop will guide providers through how to adopt contemporary SIL approaches to respond to participant needs, while also making sure the SIL arrangement is financially viable (a rather important combination, if you ask us).
Start with a two hour workshop on contemporary funding and quoting techniques using the NDIA Roster of Care. Then, as an optional extra, you can choose to submit a Roster of Care of your choice using a real (deidentified) case and get tailored individual feedback and coaching from DSC’s experts on how to optimise it.
What you'll gain
You’ll leave with a better understanding of…
How to use the Roster of Care to create contemporary shared living
The true “cost” of support
How to improve service planning and negotiating skills
How to navigate vacancy costs
Who's it for?
Those involved in understanding or quoting SIL supports
Two hour virtual workshop (via Zoom)
Optional feedback on a submitted Roster of Care (using a real deidentified case) from DSC’s experts ($600 Coaching)
Downloadable copy of the slides for you to look back on
Certificate of completion
As a presenter, trainer and consultant Rebecca delivers education with a practical engaging approach that consistently results in people coming back for more. Smarts and experience combined, her expertise is in the ‘living’ part of home & living (in all its NDIS complexities). From finance to quality systems, from partnerships to management, Rebecca understands service tensions while always keeping focus on the people who matter. If you want someone to assist with change at a pace that succeeds, you want Rebecca Brissett.
Brent is a bona fide master of Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) detail, which considering he is an engineer is not surprising. Brent has built his reputation as one of the sector's leading experts in SDA with involvement in over 50 SDA related projects to date, ranging from parent groups, small organisations, large national organisations, state governments, community housing providers, for-profit investors, developers and many financial institutions. What Brent doesn’t know about SDA is probably the stuff the NDIA don’t know themselves yet. Brent brings a unique skill set to NDIS Housing, with over 25 years consulting experience in accessible design as well as a lived experience as the proud father of teenage identical twins, one of whom has cerebral palsy.