Conflict of Interest
Our responsibilities while providing services
Your responsibilities while accessing programs
Managing general conflicts of interest
Blue Wing’s team members ensure this when providing support to customers under the NDIS. Any conflict of interest is declared and risks to customers are mitigated.
All employees will act in the best interests of NDIS participants and other customers. Participants will be informed, empowered, and able to maximise choice and control. Staff members will not (by act or omission) constrain, influence or direct the decision-making of a person with a disability or their family. This is to avoid limiting that person’s access to information, opportunities, choices and control.
Employees will ensure that Blue Wing proactively manages perceived and actual conflicts of interest in service delivery. Employees will manage, document, and report on individual conflicts as they arise, and ensure that advice to a participant about support options (including those not delivered directly by Blue Wing) is transparent and promotes choice and control.
As required by the NDIA Terms of Business, all participants will be “treated equally, and no participant [shall be] given preferential treatment above another in the receipt or provision of supports”. See the section below.
Managing conflicts of interest in plan management and support coordination
Gifts, benefits, commissions, and the NDIS
Staff members cannot accept any gifts or benefits that cause them to act against the interests of an NDIS participant. They must have no financial or other interest that may affect the choice of provider or provisions to a participant. This includes the obtaining or offering of any form of commission by employees or Blue Wing.