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Connecting people, skills and jobs in the disability sector.

About the Disability Workforce Hub

Connecting people, skills and jobs in the disability sector.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will transform how disability care is delivered. It is designed to support the needs of people with a permanent and significant disability.

The NDIS provides more choice and control over how, when and where supports are provided. The NDIS will roll out for 18-64 year olds in the Yorke and Mid North region from the 1st of January 2018.

Demand for disability services in the Yorke and Mid North region is expected to grow from 646 clients to around 1,900 participants under the NDIS (an increase of 194 per cent). To meet the demand for these services under the Scheme, the local workforce in the Yorke and Mid North region is estimated to grow from 150-200 full time workers to 650-800.

The Disability Workforce Hubs in the Yorke and Mid North are an important component to help secure a sufficient and diverse workforce supply as the region moves towards full implementation of the NDIS. They will operate as a ‘one-stop-shop’ model for organisations, existing workers and job seekers looking for support and assistance across the disability sector. The Hubs will contribute to building workforce capacity and capability, ensuring local people are employed and help South Australian employers secure skilled and experienced staff.


The Skills to Support – Disability Employment Program has been developed by Regional Development Australia Yorke and Mid North (RDAYMN) and local employers to provide job seekers with the skills needed to gain employment in the disability sector, where there is huge demand for new workers.

The program will be delivered across the Mid North and Yorke Peninsula region to provide jobseekers with a diverse range of skills, experience and support across the Disability and Community Care sector. This program will help the region create a pool of work ready people to meet the current and future workforce demand, by providing participants with the minimum entry requirements to enter the sector.

The great news is that this program is FREE if you meet the eligibility and have a genuine interest to work in the community care sector.

Download our Flyer for full details. Interested participants can apply using our Registration form.


Drop-In Sessions – Face To Face Support


NDIS Partner Baptcare Yorke/Mid North is offering fortnightly Walk in Wednesday drop in sessions for questions related to the NDIS for people with a disability and their family / supports.

Walk In Wednesdays
10:30am – 12:30pm
Fortnightly commencing 10th July 2019
Disability Workforce Hub
85 Ellen Street, Port Pirie

No appointment needed.
For more information contact Participant Liaison Officer, Sue Moore Ph. 0447 091 946


Disability Social Media Campaign

Our third clip features Di, a Support Worker from Minda in Kadina. Di loves that she gets to make a difference in peoples lives, and can support them in various aspects of daily life. View Di HERE.

Yorke & Mid North Providers Register

YMN Disability Provider Directory_Nov19

The above directory lists registered NDIS Providers & Support Organisations of the Yorke and Mid North region.

Information & Reports

2019-2020 Price Guide

Price Guide Support Information


Q4 2018/19


Growing the NDIS Market and Workforce 2019

NDIS Demand Map

Yorke and Mid North KPMG Data Snapshot

DCSI Market Analysis Tool

Aspirational Employment Modelling Report

Port Pirie – Disability Sector Snapshot

Regional Newsletters

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Get in touch







Alan Zubrinich
Disability Workforce Coordinator
Phone: 1300 742 414


For more information about the Disability Workforce Hub, please contact Alan directly or use the contact form

Alternatively you can visit our Hubs at:

  • 85 Ellen Street, Port Pirie
  • 155 Main North Road, Clare
  • 51 Taylor Street, Kadina