Meet the creative minds behind our mural

Butter Fish Services Mural

Meet the creative minds behind our mural The name ‘Butter Fish Services’ is no coincidence. It represents a strong spiritual tie between the company’s CEO Don MacAskill and his Aboriginal culture. In a step further, late last year the Butter Fish company headquarters were decked out in a mural thanks to the collaboration of Wiradjuri […]

Real Talk Video Series – #1 Choice and Control

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Real Talk Video #1. – Choice and Control Do you want choice and control of your NDIS plan? Butter Fish Services CEO Don MacAskill explains in this Real Talk video why it is important to have choice and control over your NDIS plan. We have made it our mission to change how NDIS Support Services […]

Jason’s Story

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Jason’s Story Jason is a Gumbaynggirr man who came to Butter Fish Services originally for support coordination. Shortly afterwards he decided to move his other supports from another service provider to Butter Fish Services as well. The thing that Jason really valued about Butter Fish Services was that an Aboriginal person was coordinating his supports […]

Real Talk Project Launches!

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Real Talk. Real Goals As the New Year rolls in, many of us find ourselves looking back over our year – the things we did well, and the things we would like to do differently. For some people with disabilities, this reflection might include their NDIS Goals. When goals aren’t reached, we can feel disappointed. […]

Liz’s Story – “I wasn’t going to give up on life”

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  Liz’s Story – “I wasn’t going to give up on life” Liz was Butter Fish Services very first client, and she continues to be our number one star. Liz recently starred in Butter Fish Service’s first video, so we thought we would share her story with you. Liz is lucky to be alive. Following a […]

Evaluating scope for innovation and choice under the NDIS

The introduction of the NDIS was a much needed move in the right direction for our community. However, more than three years down the track, many who exist to support people with disabilities are questioning whether the insurance scheme is really providing choice and control. The scheme was introduced to drive innovation in the sector […]