Our passion and experience in social impact and disability
Our vision at Bendelta is to enable 1 million people to achieve more of their potential, and through cascading impact, to then indirectly transform the lives of 1 billion people. This vision is at the heart of everything we do.
We are focused on helping people, and ultimately, in making a positive social impact in Australia and around the world. Below you will find more information about the project we’re most excited about today in social impact and disability: The NDIS Workforce Capability Framework.
You will also learn more about how you can get involved.
Learn more about the project we’re most excited about today in social impact and disability.
How you can get involved
The NDIS workforce capability framework will be developed with the NDIS participant at the centre.
A range of stakeholders will be involved in different ways. See below for the ways you can get involved.
Surveys. All stakeholders – March 2020. We want to hear from as many people as possible about a range of topics. Your voice will inform all aspects of the project. We’ll be spreading the word though various channels in our network. We’ll also include links to participate on the Engagement HQ platform.
Interviews. All stakeholders – January 2020 – March 2020. We are working in partnership with peak bodies and service providers to gather a range of voices to represent the key challenges and opportunities in the sector. We are targeting interviews of approximately 150 persons, including service providers, the workforce, sector experts and researchers, education and training providers, peak bodies and most importantly people with disability, their carers and families.
Online insights portal. All stakeholders – December 2019 onwards. We will be using Engagement HQ as an online collaborative platform that allows anyone interested to view themes emerging during the design of the framework, as well as share personal insights and stories.
Side by Side. NDIS Participants – February 2020. Side by Side is about observing how NDIS participants experience services and interactions with service providers and workers. By being Side by Side, we aim to understand more about the lived experience of NDIS participants and what good service looks like, from their perspective. We’ll be working in partnership with NDIS participant peak bodies to invite people to be involved. At this stage, we are looking for 30 participants across Australia, but we also will be holding interviews with interested participants along the way.
Empathy Labs. Workforce and service providers – March 2020. These are interactive sessions held in each capital city which will include peak agencies, service providers and workers. It’s a chance to explore pivotal service moments and the role of capability in the experience. We’re working in partnership with service providers and peak bodies to identify the right mix of people to be involved. At this stage, we are estimating that we will need up to 25 individuals for each Lab.