Public Service Mutual

Kudos Services is Australia’s first Public Service Employee Mutual, formed when our team of public service professionals joined together to create a new organisation to deliver National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) and Therapy services in South Australia.

Our structure draft

The owners and drivers of our organisation are the highly skilled therapists and staff who work within it. This enables us to have an unmatched focus on the achievements of all people within our community of care.

As a cooperative community, Kudos Services is focused entirely on the achievements of all people living with a disability.

What is a mutual?

A mutual is a group of people who come together to meet a common economic, social and cultural need.

Mutuals grew rapidly in post-industrial revolution 1830s England. Known as ‘friendly societies’ they were committed to self-help in the welfare of working people.

This was the birth of the international mutual movement.

There are now one billion members of retail, agricultural and social mutuals in 28 countries.

 

Annual Report

At the first AGM held on 18 October 2019, members were presented with Kudos Services’ first Annual Report. This report highlights our employee-led mutual’s achievements and operations of 2018-19. You can read about our service delivery outcomes, membership and governance, financial reports, reports from our CEO and Foundation Board Chair and more.

Click the below link to see the report.

Annual Report 2018 – 2019

STRATEGIC PLAN

Kudos Services’ 2020 Vision has been built on four key strategic directions that will guide our broad strategy for the next two years. In 2020-21 we will be focussed on our strategic priorities to continue to consolidate our quality services, member culture and community of care, while working towards a progressive future.

Click on the link below to see the Strategic Plan.

Strategic Plan 2020-21

We are a bold, highly skilled and experienced multidisciplinary team of therapists, sharing best practice techniques with our community to achieve results together.

2018-19 Annual report