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National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP)
What is this?
In November 2011, the Australian Parliament passed amendments to the Disability Services Act 1986 to mandate the introduction of the new QA system for NDAP. Implementation will commence from 1 July 2012, with every NDAP funded agency being required to achieve a certificate of compliance against the Disability Advocacy Standards by 31 December 2013.
FaHCSIA funds all Advocacy Agencies under the NDAP to assist people with disability to overcome barriers. There are six broad models of advocacy with the majority of agencies taking two or more advocacy models.
• Systemic Advocay
• Individual Advocacy
• Family Advocay
• Self Advocacy
• Legal Advocay
• Citizen Advocacy
How can we help you?
NCS International (NCSI) has a wealth of knowledge in the assessment and certification of the disability services sector. We understand that different requirements are expected of different service providers and we aim to make the audit process
informative and a positive experience for all involved.
We can offer JASANZ accredited NDAP Standards Certification at competitive price.
Our experienced team of auditors and technical specialists have extensive experience directly within the disability and health sectors. This coupled with the vast number of clients within our Government and Health listing ensures we are always able to
provide best practice examples that would suit your own business needs.
Our uniquely skilled, collaborative and supportive approach sustains quality outcomes for the clients, communities and staff of disability, Government and health service providers.
1. Contact us and tell us what you need. A quote / proposal will be developed detailing your organisations requirements and the proposed costs to gaining certification.
2. The Recognition Process.
Download the Recognition Booklet Addendum - National Disability Advocacy Program (NDAP)
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For more information, and to find out how we can help, please contact John Krnel on 02 8999 0603 or email@example.com