Hayley Assaf speaks to the NGO Training about High-Risk Support Audit Requirements and the NDIS High Intensity Supports and Skill Descriptors 2022.
Hayley Assaf is a NDIS Lead Auditor, Registered Nurse, Technical Expert and NDIS Consultant.
In a recent enlightening event organised by the NGO Training Centre, Hayley, an expert in High-Risk Support Audits, captivated the audience with her extensive knowledge and experience. Having conducted over 500 audits in this specialised field, Hayley’s expertise shed light on crucial topics related to compliance, NDIS practice standards, and quality indicators. This article highlights the key takeaways from Hayley’s discussion, providing valuable insights for organisations and professionals operating in the disability sector.
1. NDIS Organisation Types and Organisation Requirements: During the webinar, Hayley delved into the diverse NDIS organisation types and the specific requirements associated with each. She emphasised the significance of understanding these requirements to ensure compliance and the delivery of high-quality services. By addressing the unique needs and expectations of different organisation types, professionals can better navigate the intricacies of the NDIS framework and effectively support individuals with disabilities.
2. Compliance with NDIS Practice Standards and Quality Indicators: Hayley’s expertise extended to the alignment of the NGO Training Centre’s courses with the NDIS Practice Standards and Quality Indicators. She highlighted how the training provided by the NGO Training Centre equips professionals with the necessary skills and knowledge to meet the stringent standards set by the NDIS. By ensuring compliance, organisations can enhance their service delivery, promote client satisfaction, and maintain a strong reputation within the sector.
3. Revised High Intensity Supports and Skill Descriptor Dec 2022: The webinar also covered the recently revised High Intensity Supports and Skill Descriptor, which came into effect in December 2022. Hayley provided participants with an overview of the changes and discussed the implications for organisations and professionals. Understanding these revisions is essential for adapting service delivery models, upskilling staff, and maintaining compliance as the sector evolves.
4. Questions and Answers from the audience: The session was concluded with an engaging Q&A session, where participants had the opportunity to seek clarification and further insights from Hayley Assaf. The questions raised covered various aspects of High-Risk Support Audits, compliance challenges, and strategies for improving service quality. Hayley’s thoughtful responses and practical advice enriched the learning experience, providing participants with actionable takeaways.
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About the NGO Training Centre: The NGO Training Centre is a leading platform dedicated to providing training, resources, and support to NGOs and non-profit organisations across various sectors. With a commitment to fostering professional development and capacity building, the NGO Training Centre serves as a hub for knowledge exchange, collaboration, and innovation in the nonprofit sector.
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