Sherri holds a Diploma of Lead Auditing and is an approved NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission auditor. Sherri has over 20 years' experience as a Freelance Project Manager and teacher in the Human Service Sector, including NSW and Victorian Government. Sherri's experience as a Project Manager includes the Homelessness Action Plan, WIRE and the State Board of Homelessness NSW and brings a wealth of knowledge and skill around policy development and implementation.
It's through this experience and exposure to various agencies, that Sherri has developed a strong understanding of the challenges faced in service delivery; having a strong appreciation of quality service.
For Sherri, the NDIS Auditing preparation procedure is not about paying for and providing useless cookie-cutter policies, but is about implementing systems that will drive a quality service not just to your NDIS participants, but to all of your clients. This will provide overall improved business results.
We support agencies to operate in a professional, collaborative, strategic manner with the end client, service user being at the forefront of everyone's goals.
Furthering her studies in ISO 9001, Sherri is passionate about supporting services and small businesses to develop their quality systems to operate at their highest potential.
Magdalena has worked as a pharmacist in public and private hospitals for over 20 years and specialises in safety and quality improvement.
This includes working with teams to develop and update hospital policies and protocols, being part of quality and safety committees, and conducting internal audits against the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards.
Magdalena is a qualified Lead Assessor and NDIS Assessor, and holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree, is a registered practitioner with AHPRA, and a member of the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia.
Kylie is a registered nurse specialising in and offering High Intensity needs policies, procedures information and Covid-19 advice
ABOUT THE NDIS
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Commission is a new independent agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services. NDIS will provide about 460,000 Australians aged under 65, who have permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services in their communities such as doctors, sporting clubs, support groups, libraries and schools.
277,155 Australians are accessing the National Insurance Disability Scheme
11,504 Children receiving support through the NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) approach.
85,489 Australians receiving supports for the first time.