Oyster Care Making a Difference in the Disability Sector

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    The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a fabulous scheme, but it’s still very complex and confusing for people to understand.

    That’s why it’s critical for people living with a disability to connect, and it’s critically
    important for them to have safe spaces to connect and get help from service providers.

    The good news is that more and more organizations are popping up that are dedicated to helping the disability sector.

    One of these is Oyster Care, led by Vik Naidu, an entrepreneur who has a strong passion for lifting the lives of people withdisabilities.

    Vik Naidu is the co-founder of Oyster Care and on the board of various non-for-profit organizations and communities.

    He is an entrepreneur in the Financial Service and non-for-profit sector with a range of different and varying Industry disciplines and experiences.

    Focusing his time and passion nowadays on philanthropy and being a voice and advocate for those that are under privileged and living with disabilities in our society.

    Vik Naidu is the co-founder of Oyster Care and on the board of various non-for-profit organizations and communities.

    He is an entrepreneur in the Financial Service and non-for-profit sector with a range of different and varying Industry disciplines and experiences.

    Focusing his time and passion nowadays on philanthropy and being a voice and advocate for those that are under privileged and living with disabilities in our society.

    This award happened and became the highlight of the gala night.

    It also became a venue for meeting other providers and nominees in an out of work environment and sharing ideas and thoughts on how to make a difference in people’s lives.

    Listening to stories from people with the sector of the challenges they faced and being able to talk openly about all this in the industry without fear of patronization.

    Ultimately listening to the winners, nominees and the like on the day and feeling their passion for the industry we are in was truly a humbling and rewarding experience.

    Of course, the dancing late at night had to take the award for most fun had in a long time. 

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