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Friday, September 21 • 12:05pm - 12:10pm
Charting a course through unpredictable seas: How Amaze is using evaluative approaches to adapt to large-scale sector reform without losing sight of long term outcomes

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Natasha Ludowyk (Ludowyk Evaluation), Braedan Hogan (Amaze)
The roll-out of the NDIS requires the disability sector to be more agile and evidence-based than ever before. Amaze (the peak body for Autism in Victoria), has invested in significant organisational transformation to meet the requirements of the new system and how impact is measured, balanced with the capacity to influence system reform through advocacy.
Braedan Hogan (Amaze) and Natasha Ludowyk (Ludowyk Evaluation) will describe the challenges of transforming to deliver services and advocacy, and meaningfully measure impact, in  a rapidly evolving sector, and how evaluative strategies have been applied to each of these within a holistic MEL framework.

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Kitty te Riele

Professor, University of Tasmania
My research aims to enhance opportunities to access, participate and succeed in education, especially for young people from disadvantaged and under-represented communities. This includes evaluation research of initiatives that share that aim. I lead the research portfolio at the Peter... Read More →

Speakers
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Braedan Hogan

Manager, Public Affairs and NDIS Transition, Amaze
Braedan is the Manager of Public Affairs and NDIS Transition at Amaze, the peak body for autistic Victorians, their families and supporters.Braedan oversees a range of areas including public and advocacy, information service and peer support program along with leading Amaze’s approach... Read More →
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Natasha M Ludowyk

Founder, Ludowyk Evaluation
I am a social researcher and program evaluator, experienced in conducting both qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation with a broad range of populations to inform co-design, program improvement, monitoring and evaluation, communications and strategic decision-making... Read More →


Friday September 21, 2018 12:05pm - 12:10pm
Chancellor 3 Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

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