We worked in partnership with Amergin, the Community Resource Unit (CRU) and Richmond Fellowship Queensland (RFQ) to deliver this project.
QDN believes that it is critical that people with disability understand:
- their rights to quality and safe practices
- what they can expect to be delivered to them within the legislative frameworks and practice standards
It is also important that providers can hear directly from people about what good practice looks and feels like.
The purpose of Everyday Practice is to help NDIS providers comply with their daily NDIS obligations and responsibilities, through the lens of NDIS Participants’ experience.
Everyday Practice has a range of educational resources to help NDIS providers and participants understand what best practice NDIS service delivery looks like, on a day-to-day basis.
- The importance of quality and safety in the NDIS
- Provider registration and participant safety
- Core Practice Standards and the NDIS Code of Conduct
- Complaints and incident management:
- Privacy, consent and record keeping
- What a ‘best practice compliance’ provider looks like
All resources and more information can be found here.
The project has been developed under the Support for NDIS Providers Program, which is funded by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.