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Maintaining Continuity of Supports for NDIS Participants

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Providers should incorporate mechanisms into their policies and procedures to ensure operations run smoothly and allow for alternative arrangements to be made in the case of an emergency or staff absence. This continuity of supports aims to ensure that NDIS participants receive predictable care.

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Providers of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) services need to ensure that wherever possible, NDIS participants receive support without experiencing interruptions or changes to their care. Providers should incorporate mechanisms into their policies and procedures to ensure operations run smoothly and allow for alternative arrangements to be made in the case of an emergency or staff absence. In addition to optimising services, this continuity of supports aims to ensure that NDIS participants receive care that is predictable.

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i thought it was great loved it
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Leanne Lewins
06 Oct 2021
Provided me with new knowledge that I previously did not have.
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Marinela Clarke
28 Jul 2021
This learning will help me to collaborate with the management and find a better structure to help in Home Care patients.
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Angela Laulu
14 Oct 2021
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Denise Niblett
24 Jul 2021
It was informative as well as serving as a reminder that continuity of care is vitally important when providing care for clients with complex care needs.
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Wendy O'Gradey
25 Jul 2021
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22 Jul 2021
good information
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