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.
Closing date: July 31, 2021
The Impairment Tables are used to determine eligibility for the DSP by assessing how a person’s functional impairment affects their ability to work. The current impairment tables came into effect in 2011 and will expire on 1 April 2022. Prior to a new legislative instrument being implemented, a review of the Impairment Tables is being conducted. The department is seeking the views of stakeholders including people with disability, advocacy and welfare groups, disability peak bodies, and members of the public to inform the development of the new Impairment Tables.
Closing date: August 27, 2021
The NDIA is developing a new Home and Living policy that will inform the way participants are supported to pursue their home and living goals. Participants want more choice and control over where they live, who they live with and the supports they use as well as support to build the skills to live independently. This is an opportunity for participants living in a variety of living situations to tell the Agency where you would like to live, who you would like to live with and how you can best be supported.
Closing date: August 27, 2021
The NDIA is developing a new Support for Decision Making policy that will maximise opportunities for participants to make decisions about how they live their lives.
Closing date: July 30, 2021
On 18 February 2021 the Legislative Council agreed that the committee will consider and report, by no later than Friday, 18 February 2022, on the safety standards for members of the public that travel on the Multi Purpose Taxi Program (MPTP(. Terms of reference include an examination of how of rorting and exploitation of vulnerable users will be prevented and an assessment of the impact of the expansion on MPTP clients, taking into account feedback on the expansion from Victorians living with disability and the disability sector.
Closing date: August 12, 2021
Did you know that women with disability or long-term health conditions are more likely than women without disability or long-term health conditions to experience stalking? The Commission has been asked to review Victoria’s responses to stalking, harassment and similar conduct, including the framework for, operation and enforcement of the Personal Safety Intervention Order (PSIO) system.
The NDIA is looking to develop a policy framework for Support for Decision Making. We want to hear from participants, families, carers and other supports about what you think will make this work for everyone. Please make sure you have read or discussed the consultation paper prior to attending. The aim of this session is … Continued