Recently the Everyday Independence Directors – Ingrid Cole, Mal Healey and Leanne Healey joined Cathy Love on the Private Practice Made Perfect Podcast.


Ingrid, Leanne and Mal shared their experience on how using a social model of disability and becoming a people-centred practice has helped Everyday Independence build our team, support participants and improve our organisation.


You can listen to the podcast here


Episode highlights:
• The roles of Ingrid, Mal and Leanne at Everyday Independence.
• What Everyday Independence is all about?
• The Therapy Hub locations
• Growth of Everyday Independence in the last 12 months
• The changes needed to deliver services to participants under the NDIS.
• Social model of disability
• Impressions and comments of therapists who have shifted from medical type practices to more contemporary and person-centred practices
• What a person-centred organisation looks like
• The employee value proposition of Everyday Independence
• Recruitment, workforce, and development training
• The good bits about the NDIS
• The challenges with the NDIS
• The future of the NDIS and Everyday Independence
• Career pathways at Everyday Independence
• Sharing learnings of the business journey


Cathy Love is the founding director of Nacre Consulting. She coaches allied health business owners to run powerful businesses that change lives.