National Disability Data Asset : Pilot test cases report

Commonwealth, state and territory governments are working together with the disability community to create a National Disability Data Asset (NDDA).  It aims to connect data about people with disability in Australia together, including information about health, employment and support services.

The test pilot was recently completed with New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland state governments and the disability community.  The pilot tested the best ways to link data about people with disability. It focused on housing, justice, early childhood, education to employment, and mental illness and psychological distress.

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National Disability Data Asset

Date published:
Thu 8th Dec, 2022