One Community has one focus – to connect. To connect and open the world of choice, control and empowerment for people with disabilities. We do this by using multiple platforms that provide up-to-date information and direct linkages to disability service providers, mainstream service providers and community groups.
Guided by focus groups of people with disabilities from differing backgrounds, One Community's driving force is the development of technology and professional networking strategies. It is these strategies that actively contribute to leading, shaping and influencing the disability industry Australia wide.
We connect providers to their target audience through our BOOSTED App and our Ready-Set-Connect networking events.
The BOOSTED App is industry changing technology connecting providers to customers quicker than ever before. It is a must have component of any provider’s marketing plan and makes building business easy. Providers can access new markets and build their client base by directly connecting to new customers. Click here for further information.
The Ready-Set-Connect networking events bring together key players in the disability sector. Whether you are providing services or seeking services within the disability sector, these popular networking events, based on a fun and interactive speed-dating format, will help you connect with those who count.
In the current COVID-19 environment, Ready-Set-Connect events are being delivered in a virtual format using zoom video conferencing. The format differs whereby providers make a presentation to the online audience consisting of Support Coordinators, Parents/Carers, Participants, Teachers and LAC’s, including a Q&A opportunity. The events provide a much needed platform for those in the NDIS environment to keep updated on changes to services and what is currently available.
With over 60 Ready-Set-Connect events held annually all over the country, they have a proven track record of business outcomes for providers by connecting them directly to support coordinators, local area coordinators, case managers, teachers and carers and other services in their local area. Click here for further information.