Supporting NDIS transition: Disability Sector Skills and Employment

Supporting NDIS transition: Disability Sector Skills and Employment

Supporting NDIS transition: Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Overview Alex Reid Deputy Chief Executive Department of State Development National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Overview of NDIS A fundamental reform to disability care, shifting purchasing control to the client Since 2013 the NDIS has been trialled for children in South Australia New participants, particularly adults, will enter the NDIS progressively starting in January 2017 and over 2018 Department of State Development

2 NDIS transition arrangements Phases 1. January 2017: people aged 15-17 2. July 2017: Barossa; Light and Lower North; Playford; Salisbury; Port Adelaide-Enfield (East) 3. October 2017: Tea Tree Gully; Limestone Coast; Murray and Mallee 4. January 2018: Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island; Southern Adelaide; Eyre and Western; Far North; Yorke and MidNorth 5. April 2018: Adelaide Hills; Eastern Adelaide; Western Adelaide Department of State Development 3 NDIS transition arrangements State Government services transition Some disability services will gradually move to nongovernment management over next few years

Services for adults and children that will gradually transfer include community support, therapy, community nursing and equipment. Timing will depend on the service and Government satisfaction that clients will continue to receive quality services Domiciliary Care services will be moved to non-government management by June 2018 Department of State Development 4 Estimated value of NDIS supports Service region 2016-17 ($m) 2017-18 ($m) 2018-19 ($m) Adelaide Hills 10 Barossa, Light and Lower North Eastern Adelaide

Eyre and Western 10 Far North 0 Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island Limestone Coast Murray and Mallee Northern Adelaide 50 Southern Adelaide 40 Western Adelaide Yorke and Mid North Department of State Development 20 10 10 40

20 40 20 10 0 10 10 150 120 50 20 20 20 30 430 110

20 10 60 40 60 80 320 70 30 200 100 NDIA Market Position Statement SA (2016) 5

NDIS challenges Total workforce need The South Australian Government is supporting South Australias phased transition to the NDIS and the impending workforce needs State-wide workforce required to service additional demand from Scheme is estimated to grow from between 5,650 and 6,900 current workers to between 10,250 and 12,550 full-time equivalent (FTE) workers by 2019 An average workforce growth of approximately 82% is required by full Scheme Department of State Development NDIA Market Position Statement SA (2016) 6 Workforce supply and demand Current FTE

Estimated FTE Adelaide Hills 150-150 300-350 Barossa, Light and Lower North 150-150 400-500 Eastern Adelaide 750-900 800-950 Eyre and Western 100-150 350-450 Far North 50-100 150-200 Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island 150-200 300-300

Limestone Coast 150-200 400-500 Murray and Mallee 250-300 500-650 Northern Adelaide 1,450-1,750 2,900-3,500 Southern Adelaide 1,550-1,900 2,150-2,650 Western Adelaide 750-900 1,350-1,700 Yorke and Mid North 150-200 650-800 Department of State Development

NDIA Market Position Statement SA (2016) 7 Employment opportunities Disability sector roles Direct support and allied health Management and administration Marketing and PR Human resources and Workplace and Health Safety Transport Other business opportunities

Department of State Development National Disability Services (2016) 8 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Overview Activities aimed at helping to secure a sufficient and diverse workforce supply as South Australia moves towards full NDIS delivery Designed to complement and respond to the emerging workforce skills and employment demand in the disability sector over the next two years (2016-17 and 2017-18) Department of State Development 9

Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Funding + delivery Cabinet Allocation in January 2016 through the Northern Economic Plan Additional funding successful from Commonwealths Sector Development Fund Total project value is over $9m from all sources Delivery over 2016-17 and 2017-18 Department of State Development 10 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Key pointsproject streams Project elements are delivered across three

broad activity streams: 1. Supporting new workers 2. Supporting existing workers 3. Supporting enterprise development Department of State Development 11 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Key pointsproject elements 1. Workforce development projects Over 660 job seekers supported to build their skills and connect with job opportunities in the disability sector Over 350 existing workers supported to upskill and cross-skill to build the capacity of the disability sector workforce Department of State Development

12 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Key pointsproject elements 2. Allied health graduate pathways More than 100 allied health students supported to undertake a clinical placement in the disability sector Graduate pathways developed to employment opportunities where demand is greatest / unmet from the NDIS Department of State Development 13 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project

Key pointsproject elements 3. Enhanced Career Services 3,000 individuals receive career services that support them to access suitable skilling and job opportunities in the disability sector Professional development for career practitioners Department of State Development 14 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Key pointsproject elements 4. Enterprise development More than 50 new and existing enterprises supported to develop their workforce in readiness

and /or to transition for full Scheme participation through diagnostic tools and action planning complemented by workshops and 1:1 supports Department of State Development 15 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Key pointsImplementation DSD is working to a flexible and responsive operational approach for implementation to meet demand trends as they emerge Future project activity is being identified and planned on an ongoing basis, in consultation with the disability sector and local stakeholders Department of State Development

16 Disability Sector Skills and Employment Development Project Questions to consider What are the supply-side opportunities for meeting expected NDIS demand? Demand for services e.g. support for existing providers and new providers looking to deliver through NDIS Workforce demand e.g. connecting employers with job seekers, connecting job seekers with jobs Department of State Development 17

NDIS transition arrangements Department of State Development 18

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