WE CAN HELP YOU WITH MARKETING YOUR SERVICES AS AN NDIS PROVIDER!
The Creative Collective has worked with a range of human services, health care and not for profit clients over the years. We have assisted them with their branding, web design, SEO, social media and strategies.
In more recent years we have been working with registered NDIS providers, in a variety of regions.
WE’VE EVEN WORKED WITH THE NDIS TEAM!
We were pleased to work direct with the NDIS team themselves assisting them to develop their social media strategy.
Since then we have worked with the team at Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors as they transition to alternative careers in light of the NDIS.
In short we understand the NDIS rollout from multiple perspectives and can bring that understanding and experience to assist you to make the transition from a marketing perspective too.
CHECK OUT OUR NDIS PROVIDER CASE STUDIES
To better explain, below are a small selection of case studies from NDIS Providers that we have worked with.
If you would like to work with a team who understands how the NDIS roll out will affect things and what to do about it, contact us now to obtain a no obligation estimate on your proposed project or to form an ongoing relationship to support you to make the transition.
CASE STUDY: THERAPY PRO
Inspired by the vision of ‘choice and control’ developed by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Therapy Pro reimagined the world of service delivery with the client central to the planning and delivery of their services. Therapy Pro offers high quality therapy services and training across the whole of allied health services, including Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Pathology and Social Work.
We commenced with this client with a 2hour strategy session with all key stakeholders, before moving onto a marketing plan and website audit. We continued to be engaged for a range of online marketing services including social media management, Facebook advertising, Google Adwords, web updates; and a range of offline services to include branded merchandise items, pull up banners, DL flyers and A5 postcards.