Lunchtime briefing
Navigating the incoming changes impacting NDIS and disability service organisations

Next steps of the NDIS: Are you ready?
RSM, together with Dentons Australia, invites you to a lunch event where we will provide insights into the outcomes of the NDIS review, Royal Commission, financial sustainability and key challenges affecting the sector.

Understand how these factors will directly impact your business and gain valuable knowledge to navigate through the changes. Our experts will break it down for you, empowering you to face the future with confidence.
Join us for an engaging discussion where you will:
  • Enhance your understanding how the multitude of recommendations the Disability Royal Commission and NDIS Reviews will affect NDIS providers.
  • Assist your decision-making with RSM's thorough breakdown of the key risks, opportunities and impacts for NDIS providers.
  • Obtain guidance for directors on managing financial sustainability.
RSVP now to secure your spot at our inclusion lunch event with RSM and ensure your organisation is prepared for the future of the NDIS.
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This event is proudly supported by Dentons Australia and RSM Australia.
Wednesday, 17 July 2024
12:00pm for a 12:15pm start - 2:00pm AEDT
203 Dana Street
Ballarat Central, VIC 3350
A light lunch will be provided.

Please advise of any dietary requirements upon RSVP.

If you have any questions, please contact Emma Ryan or Alegra Underhill
Kirsty McGovern-Hooley
Kirsty McGovern-Hooley
Senior Manager, RSM Australia
She has extensive knowledge of the NDIS reporting and pricing requirements andthe financial challenges and opportunities for NDIS providers. She will provide a comprehensive overview of the key impacts and implications of the NDIS review and Royal Commission outcomes for NDIS providers.
Campbell Hudson
Campbell Hudson
Partner, Dentons Australia
Campbell Hudson is the Partner of Corporate at Dentons Australia. He has over 10 years of experience in advising NDIS providers on corporate governance, compliance, and risk management. He has assisted NDIS providers to navigate the complex regulatory environment and ensure their governance structures and processes are aligned with best practice. He will offer valuable insights and guidance for directors on securing financial sustainability and managing legal risks in the NDIS sector.
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