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Disability Information and Advisory Services and Needs Assessment and Service Coordination Review: A Proposed Design and Framework

This is the third and final conclusion and recommendation paper in the independent review of the framework for Disability Information and Advisory Services (DIAS) and Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) for Disability Support Services (DSS) of the Ministry of Health (the Ministry).

The purpose of the first paper was to highlight the current state (i.e. what is happening now) and reflect key messages from the stakeholder engagement (a sample of disabled people, families, DIAS and NASC providers, as well as the Ministry and other linked stakeholders).

The second paper drew conclusions and proposed options for discussion with the Ministry.

This final paper contains our (Sapere’s) options and analysis of the potential impacts for a revision of the framework.

Authors

David Moore

David advises on complex strategy, public policy and commercial issues.

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Gary Blick

Gary is an economist with extensive experience across a wide range of sectors.

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Jo Esplin

Jo specialises in service reviews for improvement, design and service planning.

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Matt Poynton

Matt is an expert in economic and econometric analysis.

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