Recommendation 3 of the NDIS Review’s Final Report, along with its 9 action points, proposes a comprehensive re-design of the entire NDIS participant pathway. So, you know, just the small stuff. The ‘participant pathway’ is the term used to describe a person’s journey through the NDIS – from learning about the Scheme, to applying, planning, … Continued
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Review Final Report proposes a major shake-up of the participant pathway and experience. Accessing the NDIS, plan budgeting and implementation, and the roles the NDIS workforce will play are set to change.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides a critical way for people with disability to access housing and living supports. The NDIS Review Final Report has made two recommendations to reform current housing and living support, with a stated aim of improving access for all people with disability.
Prominent human rights lawyer Rosemary Kayess has told the ABC the disability discrimination act needs reform, in her first interview in the role.
On this episode of Reasonable & Necessary, Dr George brings together Australia’s leading disability advocates to unpack the NDIS Review. Dr George, along with El Gibbs, Nick Avery, Jarrod Sandell-Hay and Sam Paior will guide you through all the big changes that are proposed, and what they might mean for you.
Despite the contentment, there’s concern about the requirement that all providers delivering services will have to be registered.
The scheme was overwhelmed by autism cases with nowhere else to go. Creating new services for them is one of the pointiest issues in the review.
Today, the Independent Review into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS Review) published its Final Report: Working together to deliver the NDIS Disability Representative Organisations issued a Joint Media Statement, endorsed by over 70 organisations across Australia.
The highly anticipated NDIS review has been released and has recommended a total rethink of how governments offer disability services in Australia. Here is everything you need to know.
To support the final report NDIS Review have created a guide for people with disability and their families, which provides information on the topics that they understand matter most to you. In addition to this, there is supporting analysis provides detailed working information and evidence that informed the final report. They have also created fact … Continued
At long last! The Final Report of the NDIS Review has been publicly released. If you’ve clicked on this article, you probably don’t need to be told this is a big deal. But hell, let’s say it anyway, loudly for those at the back: this is a big, big deal. Some of the changes proposed … Continued
As the old saying goes, no news is good news. But, one of the benefits of the NDIS has been that it pushed issues relating to people with disabilities into the mainstream media discussion.
MS Australia’s submission centred on enhancing the internal operations of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), the governing body of the NDIS, with a focus on fostering better understanding and engagement with people with MS and other neurological conditions.
International Day of People with Disabilities – What are YOU doing in your spaces to create change for people with disabilities?
On 3 December we acknowledge International Day of People with Disabilities. The United Nations theme for IDPwD 2023 is ‘United in action to rescue and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for, with and by persons with disabilities.’ We know that in Australia, there are so many things that need to change to realise the … Continued
Minister for the NDIS and Government Services, Bill Shorten talks about Disability Royal Commission, NDIS and other issues at this door stop interview.