One of Australia’s leading NDIS consultancy services, Amergin, will deliver an innovative new online platform, Everyday Practice, as one of the major recipients of funding under the NDIS Commission’s Support for NDIS Providers Program.
Announced today, Everyday Practice is a free, national education and community resource for all NDIS providers and participants. The program’s primary purpose is to help NDIS providers comply with their day-to-day NDIS obligations (Everyday Practice) through the lens of NDIS participants’ experience.
Amergin will deliver the program in partnership with Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN), the Community Resource Unit (CRU) and Richmond Fellowship Queensland (RFQ).
Amergin Director, Christine Dempsey, said, “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to make a real difference on the ground for providers and participants operating in what can be a confusing and highly challenging environment”.
The objective of Everyday Practice is to bridge the gap between compliance and service delivery in order to substantially increase the quality and safety of supports being delivered to NDIS participants on a day-to-day basis.
Dempsey continued, “The Program also aims to break down barriers between providers and participants and promote positive, collaborative information sharing and knowledge building, to improve the NDIS experience for all stakeholders”.
Amergin is one of Australia’s leading NDIS and Aged Care consultancy services delivering registration, compliance, marketing and educational support to organisations across the country. Amergin was recently nominated for the 2019 Telstra Awards and was in the top ten percent of Queensland businesses entered.
Amergin was one of ten organisations receiving grants this year worth a total of $5.7million under the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission’s new four-year $17.6 million investment in building capacity amongst NDIS providers.