It's time for a contemporary approach to Disability Expos, Conferences and Professional Development within the Community Services Sector to meet the needs of Service Providers and Participants. With our monthly PR and social media campaigns in place, our expos have been so popular we've had to increase space to accomodate enquiries. Whether you're a Service Provider, Carer or Participant, you won't to miss out on being involved in this 'one-of-a-kind' national tour of Expos.
At Developing Australian Communities we believe in working closely with NDIS service providers, carers and participants to not only provide a voice for the disability sector but to help Australia become a world leader in disability services through our events and the distribution of information, news and advice.
We aim to achieve much-needed change and connections in our sector by increasing professional standards and bringing people together to talk about the most pressing issues in our sector so together we can find solutions. One of the many ways we work on achieving this is by our successful participant and provider Disability Connection Expos in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, and by providing a consistent flow of quality information, reform and innovation that focuses on solutions from the sector itself.
Let's stay connected and we'd love to hear from you if you have solutions to sector challenges.
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"We have really grown our NDIS community since exhibiting at the service provider expo. We were able to meet likeminded businesses who we have worked with to ensure we are providing the best possible care for our participants."
"As a result of being at the expo we have seen a significant increase in clients engaging with us for our complimentary Discovery Sessions in our clinics across WA and many clients have now onboarded to our services."