Veritable Visual – Respite Tool

Veritable is in the process of developing some tools and resources to provide to those supporting communication with participants in remote communities. We find that sometimes it is difficult to explain (across language and cultural barriers with limited interpreting and other supports) that respite trips are for short periods only. Taking into account the generational […]

Remote social work practice

Veritable is seeking to define the best of remote social work practice. There are many challenging aspects to practice in remote Australia, from effective cross-cultural work, to ‘dual relationships’ (when you see your client at the local shops and your children play on the same team), to the tyranny of distance, to underfunded or non-existent […]

Quality over growth… yet the team expands

It has been a long time between updates. A lot has happened in the past year in Veritable. Veritable has been slowing building up its practitioner team, valuing quality services over growth. This is a very important guiding principle for us. In the end, we want to be seen as a company that promotes the […]

Quality and growth

There is a constant tension in the challenge of owning a NDIS-based business between growing (such that you can offer your services to a larger number of people) and losing touch with what you do and why. Part of the reason we chose to establish Veritable, stepping out into the unknown, was to set the […]

Getting started

The most difficult step to take is always the first. Establishing a new business might be relatively straightforward to some. But striking out on your own is inherently a daunting prospect. It requires role models. Encouragement. Or at the very least, a leap of faith. In the case of Veritable, a constellation of different factors […]