Marie Photo Carer
"How can I know that the person coming into my home has been checked and is safe to assist my young daughter with her special needs?"
Marie, Carer*

What the TikForce platform delivers

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), once fully implemented, will allow approx. 460,000 Australians to self-manage their disability support, with individualised funding that they control and choose how to use. The challenge for them, and their carers, is to develop an individualised plan that identifies the reasonable and necessary lifelong support they require from a number of providers, and then ensure they continue to receive quality and safe services.

National Disability Services (NDS), Australia’s peak body for non-government disability service organisations, helps ensure the NDIS is effectively delivered to participants. To support the NDIS rollout, TikForce provides NDS members with a simple and seamless verification, compliance and reporting solution. This allows providers to better assess their risks and know they are doing all they can to safeguard the rights of the people they support, plus give their clients confidence that their workforce is qualified to deliver their respective services.

TikForce solution for NDIS participants

Marie is Sophie's mother - Sophie is 6 and has cerebal palsy. Part of Sophie's NDIS plan is to have regular massages at home. Marie also has another child to attend to while Sophie has her massage so often leaves her unsupervised with the masseur. Marie would like to be certain that Sophie's home care is safe.

*Marie is a representation of a TikForce client
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Jordy, Boilermaker*
"I need a police check for the job I am applying for."

Jordy has finished his apprenticeship as a boilermaker and is now looking for more opportunities to earn money fast. He would like a full time job but would consider FIFO or short term contract and shut down work if it meant higher pays. Each time he applies for a job, attends an interview, or goes to site, he needs to take copies of his boilermaker qualifications and tickets such as his working at heights and working in confined spaces licences. He also often needs to prove he’s fit to work with a police check and regular drug/alcohol testing.

*Jordy is a representation of a TikForce client