LDC Group consultants have been working with government, health and community organisations, and service sectors over the past 20 years. We assist organisations to deliver high quality outcomes to their service users and the community. At the heart of our approach is a desire to improve the system of supports available to people and communities who are vulnerable or experience some form of disadvantage.

We are about collaborating, exchanging ideas and building knowledge and we are interested in developing organisations and services that have integrity, are sustainable and make a difference to the lives of all involved. We bring comprehensive and diverse knowledge of the health and community service system, its people and its values to every consulting assignment. Most importantly, we offer our personal energy and commitment and a desire to make a positive difference to the people we work with.

The focus of our work is:

  • Reform
  • Evaluation
  • Development
  • Research

We support organisations and sectors to:

  • Undergo change and transformation
  • Build knowledge
  • Cultivate innovation
  • Design systems to monitor and measure outcomes
  • Plan creatively for the future
  • Implement continuous quality improvement systems and practices
  • Create processes, tools and resources to engage key stakeholders

LDC Group Current Activities

Our current activities focus on assisting organisations to undertake quality improvements and to comply with industry standards. This includes supporting organisations to implement policy reforms initiated across health and community services. In the disability sector this also includes supporting organisations to transition to self-directed approaches and prepare for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

LOGIN: Closing the Health Gap - Koorie Coordinated Care Model Project - Evaluation

Liz Dimitriadis and Russell Jaffe are evaluating and supporting the development of the Koorie Coordinated Care Model over 12 months. The project page has been established for project participants. It includes up to date information and materials generated from the project. You must have a password to access the project page. For further information or if you have any difficulties accessing the page please contact Liz Dimitriadis: email:

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