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Empowering People with Disability ACPET2013 Mark Bagshaw
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd People with Disability in Australia – Key Indicators General populationPeople with a disability
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©innov8 consulting group pty ltd SourceJob PerformanceAttendanceSafetyInsurance Costs Bendiix Corporation Report on 4500 workers with disabilities Good Good to Excellent No special insurance problems Bureau of labour statistics survey compared workers with disabilities/ workers non disabled workers Significantly better performance for workers with disabilities Fair - Days absent rate slightly higher for people with disabilities Better - major injury rate significantly lower for workers with disabilities Fears of higher costs largely unfounded El Du Pont de Nemours & Co. A study of 1000 workers with disabilities 81% of workers with disabilities rated better than average 86% of workers with disabilities rated above average 98% of workers with disabilities rated average or better than average No increase in compensation costs. No accidents reported National Industrial Conference Board Survey of 242 firms Good No increase in compensation costs A pilot study of employment practices large companies 93.5% of workers with disabilities rated above average 91.5% of workers with disabilities rated better than average Accidents % less for workers with disabilities. Lost Time % rated average or better None reported US Chamber of Commerce study of 279 firms Good Better than non- disabled workers Better work habits 90% of employers reported no effect on costs Summary of Disability Employment surveys
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd Life on the Superhighway
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd Life on the Superhighway Backroads
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd Barriers to Participation Disempowerment Community Expectations Infrastructure Barriers
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd Disempowerment Community Expectations Infrastructure Barriers Social Investment The Whole of Life Approach Inclusive Environment Aspirational Community Personal Empowerment People with disability ready to participate The world ready to include people with disability Engage Business Opportunity Universal Design Licence to Operate National Marketing Strategy Individual Capacity Building Disability Support Lifelong Learning
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd The Life Outcome Equation X+Y+Z=L innatelearnworldlife outcome
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd “Y Factor”: The Life Learning Pathway Functional Person Decision Making Personal Planning Crisis Management Health Management Reality vs Perception Literacy and Numeracy Personal Skills Productive Person Vocational Skills Carpentry Social Work Law Accounting Management Marketing Connected Person World Skills Communication/Negotiation Culture/Society Morality Systems Human Diversity Identity Life Learning Pathway Life Experience School Further Education Work
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd Life Learning Pathway Psychological Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and the Life Learning Pathway Social Security breathing, food, water, sex, sleep physical safety, health, shelter friendship, family, intimacy self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect Survival Self-actualisation need to know and understand order and symmetry Cognitive Aesthetic morality, creativity, fulfilment, problem-solving High “L” Low “L”
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd The National Disability Insurance Scheme
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©innov8 consulting group pty ltd NDISNDIS Critical Success Elements for the NDIS Charting the Course Empowering the Consumer Transforming the Market Integrating the Support System
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd National Disability Strategy The NDIS – Where Does It Fit? Social Investment Engage Business Opportunity Universal Design Licence to Operate National Marketing Strategy Individual Capacity Building Disability Support Lifelong Learning NDIS People with disability ready to participate The world ready to include people with disability
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd The National Disability Strategy Inclusive and accessible communities Rights protection, justice and legislation Economic security Personal and community support Learning and skills Health and well-being National Disability Strategy
©innov8 consulting group pty ltd Raising the Bar…
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