With the Disability Royal Commission handing down its final report only days ago, it’s no wonder that a recent event called the Disability Quality, Safety, and Risk Forum was the site of so many passionate attendees. From September 12-13 in Melbourne/Naarm, 115+ attendees from NDIS providers, peak bodies, government, advocates, participants, academics, and solution providers came together to try and find a way that their work can better serve the disability community through the strengthening of person-centred care.

While it is still unclear what reform will be adopted on the back of the Royal Commission, there is no doubt that the largest providers in the sector, most of whom were in attendance, are trying to get ahead of the curve. Throughout the two days, presenters and attendees demonstrated a keen interest in improving their participant experience, workflow processes, risk management systems, and more.

For CareVision, this was best highlighted in the networking sessions where delegates came together with their peers from co-located Aged and Home Care Forums to network, share their challenges, and discuss opportunities in the exhibition room. 

Across the networking breaks, 400+ care sector leaders mixed and mingled. Many were excited to book in future meetings with CareVision to explore ways that we can help them prepare for the inevitable changes that face the sector.