SVA Consulting and disability
The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has created both a challenge and opportunity for organisations to do more for people with disability, and disability organisations are facing more pressure to transform than ever before.
Drawing on over 10 years of experience, SVA Consulting is working with organisations to tackle their toughest challenges. From redesigning service models to supporting mergers and acquisitions to developing new strategies for an uncertain environment, our work is united by a common theme: we focus on helping organisations not just survive the transition to NDIS but also embed a new sustainable way of operating that enables people with disability to thrive.
We are proud to have supported the merger of House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation which created Australia’s largest disability-focused provider, and to have partnered with many dedicated organisations working to improve the lives of over 4 million Australians with disability.
House with No Steps
SVA supported House with No Steps and The Tipping Foundation to undertake the largest disability services merger in Australia.Read more
NDIA ILC Toolkit
We worked with the NDIA to build capacity in the sector to understand and access a new outcomes-based NDIS component.Read more
Life Without Barriers
SVA worked with Life Without Barriers to a target operating model for the new 'two-speed' world of block and consumer-directed funding.Read more
Are you customer centric?
A practical guide for service providers looking to be more effective and efficient in supporting their customers.Read more
Non-profit mergers: a how to guide
Insights and learnings from when two service providers came together in one of the largest mergers in Australia's social sector.Read more
Kickstarting an innovation strategy
Four organisations in the disability sector share how and why they responded to sector changes with innovation.Read more
SVA Perspective on Disability
An in-depth exploration of our vision for the sector, alongside the three drivers for better outcomes for people with disability that we have identified.Read more