The Royal Commission is now accepting submissions. A submission is the main way people and organisations can provide information to the Royal Commission about their experiences of violence, neglect, abuse or exploitation of people with disability. Anybody can make a submission.
Submissions & Consultations
The Participant First Initiative Is an opportunity for NDIS participants, their nominees, their carers or people with disability who are not NDIS participants to help shape and reform the NDIS. The NDIA want to hear from you about the best ways to improve their approach and to Help improve their policies, services, templates and more.
The Inquiry will examine the experiences of participants living in supported accommodation through examining Reportable Incidents and Complaints that have occurred in connection with the supported accommodation services provided by a small number of NDIS providers that are large providers of supported accommodation. The Inquiry will also to identify any available models for the delivery … Continued
Closing date: June 24, 2022
The Australian government, together with state and territory governments, has drafted a new National Disability Advocacy Framework to provide a nationally consistent framework for advocacy. The Framework is the structure for governments to work within to enable and support people with disability to protect their rights and overcome barriers. People with disability, families and carers, and disability advocacy agencies are invited to provide input on the new Framework through making a submission. The Submission Guide includes questions to consider when developing submissions.