Practice Change and Service Delivery resources

|Back to SDF Projects Page|

Material on this page is made available on the understanding that the Commonwealth is not providing professional advice.
Before relying on any of the material on this page, users should obtain appropriate professional advice.
Views and recommendations of third parties (including those expressed in the Practical Design Fund projects), which may also be included on this page, do not necessarily reflect the views of the Commonwealth, the Assistant Minister for Social Services, the Department of Social Services or the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and cannot be taken in any way as endorsement by the Australian Government or expressions of government policy or indicate a commitment to a particular course of action.
Links to other Internet sites are for your convenience. These links do not constitute endorsement of material at those sites, or any associated organisation, product or service.
Please note: Some resources below make reference to Disability Care. These resources were developed prior to the name change to National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)



These resources focus on achieving practice change and embedding new approaches to service delivery across the disability services sector. This section includes training packages for disability workers and tools to introduce concepts and frameworks such as choice and control and person centred planning.


Calvary Silver Circle – Training in person centred service delivery.

Calvary Silver Circle has developed a series of training resources for disability workers. The training focuses on person centred service delivery and is a comprehensive resource for achieving practice change in organisations.


Deakin University – Training in choice and control.

The "picture my future" case study and guide produced by Deakin university is an introduction to a framework for working with people with intellectual disabilities to set goals and make choices. The resource promotes the concept of using pictures to help people with disability to express their desires and assists workers to encourage the person with disability through the planning and goal setting process.


Mental Illness Fellowship of Victoria – Training for mental health peer educators.

The Mental Illness Fellowship of Victoria has developed the successful "well ways" and "building a future" training approaches for use by mental health peer educators. The organisation has now updated these approaches to consider specific issues relating to the implementation of the NDIS including participant choice and individualised service delivery.

|Back to SDF Projects Page|

Published Date: 

12 August 2015