National disability reform: Address by Bruce Bonyhady AM

National disability reform: Address by Bruce Bonyhady AM

SA
Mar 10
CEDA is pleased to welcome the acknowledged leader and thinker behind the National Disability Insurance Scheme Bruce Bonyhady AM to discuss the implementation of one of Australia's largest and most significant reforms.

Speakers

Professor Bruce Bonyhady AM, Chairman, National Disability Insurance Agency
Judy Curran, Chief Executive Officer Can Do Group
Kerry McGough, Partner, KPMG
Dr David Caudrey, Executive Director, Disability SA, Department of Communities and Social Inclusion

Event overview

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is set to create over 6000 new jobs in South Australia and will transform how social services are provided in Australia, the lives of those living with a disability, their families and carers. It is also estimated that the total value of the NDIS when fully implemented will be over $22 billion.

CEDA is pleased to welcome the acknowledged leader and thinker behind the NDIS, Bruce Bonyhady AM to discuss the implementation of one of Australia’s largest and most significant reforms.

Mr Bonyhady AM will be joined by a panel of key thought leaders to discuss the opportunities and challenges of the NDIS.

Meet the speakers

Professor Bruce Bonyhady AM
Chairman, National Disability Insurance Agency

Judy Curran
Chief Executive Officer Can Do Group

Kerry McGough
Partner, KPMG

Dr David Caudrey
Executive Director, Disability SA, Department of Communities and Social Inclusion

Sally Powell
Chief Executive Officer, Bedford Group

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