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Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025 Full Report April 2016. Published by Deloitte Access Economics April 2016, For more information contact. Deloitte Access Economics www deloitteaccesseconomics com au. Community Services Industry Alliance www csialtd com au. Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services www communities qld gov au. Acknowledgements 1, Acronyms 2, Abstract 3, Consider a future 5. 1 Introduction 6, 1 1 Background 6, 1 2 Approach 6. 2 Current and future state of the Industry 8, 2 1 Economic trends 8. 2 2 Social context 17, 2 3 Industry profile 29, 2 4 Policy environment 51.
3 Industry implications and success imperatives 53. 3 1 Industry implications 53, 3 2 Success imperatives 56. Outcomes focus 59, Research and innovation 63, Digital disruption 67. Funding and financing 71, Productivity 75, Collaboration and cooperation 79. Policy and regulation 83, References 85, Appendix A Defining the Community Services Industry 89. Appendix B Data framework 91, Appendix C Methodology 95.
Appendix D Data supplement 96, Appendix E Industry implications 105. Limitation of our work 107, Chart 2 1 Economic output growth Queensland 1987 2024 9. Chart 2 2 Total population growth Queensland and Australia 1981 2024 10. Chart 2 3 Components of population change Queensland 1981 2024 11. Chart 2 4 Unemployment rate by region Queensland 2015 12. Chart 2 5 Ageing population Queensland 2002 2024 15. Chart 2 6 Unemployment and wages growth Queensland 1998 2024 16. Chart 2 7 Equivalised disposable household income for 10th 50th percentiles by State or. Territory 2014 18, Chart 2 8 Proportion of households with primary source of income Government pensions. and allowances by State or Territory 2013 2014 19, Chart 2 9 Crude imprisonment rate by State or Territory 2014 22. Chart 2 10 Crude imprisonment rate by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status by. State or Territory 2014 22, Chart 2 11 Population with a disability by State or Territory 2012 24.
Chart 2 12 Unemployment rate for people living with a disability compared to those. without by State or Territory 2012 25, Chart 2 13 Children in out of home care Queensland 2011 2015 27. Chart 2 14 Community Services Industry organisations by number of employees. Queensland 2014 30, Chart 2 15 Community Services Industry organisations by turnover Queensland 2014 31. Chart 2 16 Social Services Charities by entity type Queensland 2014 32. Chart 2 17 Top 20 professional and manager occupations in the Community Services. Industry by gender Queensland 2011 34, Chart 2 18 Proportion of Community Services Industry workforce with post school. qualifications Queensland 2011 35, Chart 2 19 Qualifications of employees in Community Services Industry Queensland 2011 36. Chart 2 20 Field of study of Community Services Industry Queensland 2011 37. Chart 2 21 Rates of informal care provision by age and gender Australia 2012 38. Chart 2 22 Geographic location of carers Australia 2012 39. Chart 2 23 Carer status by weekly cash income deciles for 15 64 year olds Australia. Chart 2 24 Income in NFP sector by source Australia 2012 2013 41. Chart 2 25 Projected employment for Community Services Industry Queensland 1999. Chart 2 26 Projected employment growth for Community Services Industry Queensland. 2014 2025 44, Chart 2 27 Projected employment growth for Community Services Industry by region.
Queensland 2014 2025 45, Chart 2 28 Age distribution of employees in the Community Services Industry Queensland. Chart 2 29 Projected employment growth for Community Services Industry by key. occupation Queensland 2014 2025 47, Chart 2 30 Proportion of income in Social Services NFP sector by source Australia 2006. 2007 versus 2012 2013 49, Chart 2 31 Output of the Community Services Industry Queensland 2011 2025 50. Chart D 1 Average wages in the Community Services Industry Queensland 2015 estimate 96. Chart D 2 Employment in Community Services Industry by type Queensland 2011 97. Chart D 3 Gender mix of employees in Community Services Industry Queensland 2011 97. Chart D 4 Homelessness by type by year Australia 2001 2011 101. Chart D 5 Proportion of women who gave birth younger than 20 years by State or. Territory 2012 102, Chart D 6 Infant mortality rate Queensland and Australia 2003 2013 102. Chart D 7 Live born infants with a birth weight of less than 2 500 grams by State or. Territory 2012 103, Chart D 8 Suicide rate by State or Territory 2012 103.
Chart D 9 Overweight and obesity by age Queensland and Australia 2012 104. Table 2 1 Forecast annual population growth rate by region Queensland 2016 2025 14. Table 2 2 Projected Vocational Education and Training VET qualifications of employees in. Community Services Industry Queensland 2019 2020 48. Table B 1 Data framework 92, Table C 1 Volunteer contribution valuation unit cost components 95. Table E 1 Summary of implications for the Community Services Industry in Queensland 105. Figure 1 1 Framework for considering the future of the Community Services Industry in. Queensland 7, Figure 2 1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander unemployment Queensland 2012 20. Figure A 1 Defining the Community Services Industry according to ANZSIC 90. Figure D 1 Proportion of population receiving welfare assistance by region Queensland. Figure D 2 Proportion of one parent families by region Queensland 2011 99. Figure D 3 Proportion of early school leavers by region Queensland 2011 100. Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, Acknowledgements, We would like to acknowledge the valuable contribution and effort toward. producing this Report from the following stakeholders. Catherine Baldwin Queensland Department of Premier and Cabinet. Laura Barnes Queensland Treasury, Jocelyn Bell Queensland Department of Premier and Cabinet. Cathy Boorman Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Monica Bradley Purposeful Capital, Annemaree Callander Brisbane Youth Service.
Jane Carter Churches of Christ Care, Lesley Chenoweth Griffith University. Matthew Cox Logan Together, Belinda Drew Community Services Industry Alliance. Drew Ellem Queensland Treasury, Nicola Ferguson Queensland Procurement Transformation Division. Danny Field Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Matthew Gillett Community Services Industry Alliance. Ian Harper Competition Policy Review Panel, Stacey Hassall Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Corey James Queensland Department of State Development. Ricki Jeffery Centacare CQ, Steve Kanowski Queensland Department of State Development.
Steve Koch Queensland Department of Education and Training. Julieann Lockyer Queensland Department of Housing and Public Works. Matthew Lupi Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Graham Marshall National Affordable Housing Consortium. Stephen McCallister Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Stuart Middleton UnitingCare Community, Tim Reddel Federal Department of Social Services. Leigh Roach Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Majella Ryan Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Kris Sargeant Wesley Mission Brisbane, James Sedman Community Services Industry Alliance. Craig Stanley Jones Aftercare, Merrilyn Strohfeldt Queensland Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. Anita Veivers Arc Disability Services, Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025. Abbreviation Description, ABS Australian Bureau of Statistics.
ACNC Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission. ANZSIC Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification. AWE Average Weekly Earnings, CALD Culturally And Linguistically Diverse. CSIA Community Services Industry Alliance, DCCSDS Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services. DFV Domestic and Family Violence, GDP Gross Domestic Product. GSP Gross State Product, LGBTI Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersex. NDIS National Disability Insurance Scheme, NFP Not for Profit.
NSW New South Wales, SBB Social Benefit Bond, TACSI The Australian Centre for Social Innovation and Research. VET Vocational Education and Training, WPI Wage Price Index. Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025. Deloitte Access Economics was engaged to assist the Community Services Industry Alliance. CSIA and the Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services DCCSDS to. establish a future profile of the Community Services Industry in Queensland looking. forward ten years to 2025 The report draws together an analysis of the Industry at present. and its expected future state in Queensland Analysis considers a number of quantitative. and qualitative domains as agreed with CSIA and DCCSDS including key data on the. economy society industry and the policy environment Key findings indicate that as the. ageing population grows disproportionately to the overall population demand for services. will increase without a matched increase in Government s capacity to invest in services The. primary implications for the Industry are the need to attract and retain the workforce to. meet demand and find ways to diversify revenue sources and provide services more. efficiently as investors funders and clients seek better value for money Success. imperatives focus on embracing and optimising an outcomes focus research and. innovation digital disruption funding and financing productivity collaboration and. cooperation and policy and regulation, Reading the report. This report provides an overview of the current and future state of the Community Services. Industry in Queensland and sets out future industry implications and success imperatives. It is structured under the following sections below provides an overview of each. Introduction provides background of the report and an overview of the research and. analysis approach, Current and future state of the Industry this section provides an overview of the. current and future context in the areas of economy society industry and policy that. impact the Community Services Industry in Queensland. Industry implications outlines the resultant implications for the Industry based on the. previous chapter and, Success imperatives presents a potential future for the Industry across the domains.
of outcomes focus research and innovation digital disruption funding and financing. productivity collaboration and cooperation and policy and regulation. In addition supplementary data to support current state of the Industry is included in. Appendix D, Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025. Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025. Consider a future, Where individuals and communities who are vulnerable have the support and choice of services to. improve their lives and pursue their aspirations Where the Queensland Community Services Industry. is recognised as a world class example of a bold and vibrant industry operating within a broader. social services system that places people and communities at the centre of everything. In 2025 we can say that this has been achieved The Community Services Industry has grown stronger. through an embedded culture of working together supported by partnership between Government. businesses Industry and importantly individuals and communities The Industry s voice is heard. alongside others in key public policy and economic forums with its contribution measured and. recognised, The Industry has evidence that the outcomes delivered create lasting change in the lives of individuals. and their communities This is demonstrated through research and evaluation considered integral to. service improvement Partnerships with the research sector including major universities and. specialist researchers have played a strategic role in creating a better understanding of the value of. the Industry, The ongoing focus on people centred approaches and a shift to designing measuring and reporting. on outcomes has helped to refocus government investment This has also assisted the Industry to. attract new funding from philanthropy and social impact investors Services are fundamentally more. flexible and responsive to the needs of individuals and their communities and evidence has informed. growth in scale and scope of services This transformation has changed the lens from expenditure to. investment by creating a long term vision of the future of communities and society where the. Industry is viewed as vital to creating a vibrant social and economic backbone. The way in which services are delivered has also transformed the digital age has lent itself to the. adoption of new and emerging technologies that have enhanced access increased workforce. flexibility and enabled productivity improvements Productivity gains across the Industry have led to. effectiveness and efficiency in service delivery These gains have been amplified by reinvesting. dividends in continuous improvement, With a significant proportion of the workforce who approached retirement over the past decade the.
Industry had to rethink the way the workforce is structured This has involved the development of. Forecasting the future Community Services in Queensland 2025 Full Report April 2016 Published by Deloitte Access Economics April 2016 For more information contact Deloitte Access Economics www deloitteaccesseconomics com au Community Services Industry Alliance www csialtd com au

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