National Disability Reform

National Disability Reform

May 24
CEDA is pleased to welcome Bruce Bonyhady AM, Chair, National Disability Insurance Scheme to the CEDA platform in 2016.


Professor Bruce Bonyhady AM, Chairman, National Disability Insurance Agency
Jim Longley, Chief Executive of Ageing, Disability and Home Care NSW

Event overview

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is heralded by both sides and all levels of government as the biggest reform in Australia since Medicare, or compulsory superannuation or the GST.

With billions of dollars committed and a social services sector redefined, it is an ambitious reform, creating a new market. It will drive innovation, positively disrupt how social services are provided in Australia, and transform the lives of those living with a disability, their families and carers.

CEDA is pleased to welcome the acknowledged thinker behind the NDIS, Bruce Bonyhady AM, together with the leader tasked with leading the roll out of the scheme in NSW, Jim Longley. 

With the implementation of NDIS approaching, this timely event will examine:

  • How major reform is led and the roll out of the NDIS;
  • What capability and capacity the social services sector has and requires into the future; and
  • The positive impacts for competition and innovation.

Join CEDA’s senior cross sector cross profession audience to hear from the leaders that are shaping transformation reform in the delivery of social services.

Meet the speakers

Professor Bruce Bonyhady AM
Chairman, National Disability Insurance Agency

Jim Longley
Chief Executive of Ageing, Disability and Home Care NSW

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