Port Macquarie business, All Disability Plan Management, has been recognised as an ABA100 winner in the Australian Business Awards 2021 for service excellence.
In its 16th year, the awards are an annual all-encompassing awards program that recognises organisations that demonstrate the core values of business innovation, product innovation, technological achievement and employee engagement via a set of established business and product award categories.
Jo Hollis, founder and CEO of All Disability Plan Management said she was excited to get the news of the team's success.
"I wanted to see the excitement on their faces as they are so committed to what they do, and they deserve to be recognised for their ongoing commitment," Ms Hollis said.
"The service we provide takes away the burden of paperwork and complex budgeting from NDIS participants and their families, so they can spend more time living their best life and participating in the community.
"There are hundreds of plan managers out there, but we take a really personalised approach and are truly invested in supporting our members, their representatives and providers. The level of service that we provide means the team are proud to work for All Disability and we will be celebrating this award together."
All Disability Plan Management started in 2017, when the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rolled out on the Mid North Coast. They have grown from an at home office of one, to now employing 39 staff throughout Australia.
All Disability is a financial intermediary service dedicated to helping participants and their representatives manage their disability funding from the NDIS.
"The COVID-19 pandemic has presented one of the most significant business challenges ever faced by organisations across Australia. It created a critical need for leading organisations to adapt to new working environments and adopt new approaches to innovation while navigating the technical and operational constraints imposed by the lockdown," said Tara Johnston, program director.
"As the world changes, these organisations have implemented new business tools, practices, and policies to facilitate productivity beyond the physical office, presenting unique opportunities for business transformation by rethinking their business strategies and processes."