It was revealed that the results from the series of diagnostic tools used in independent assessments would allocate a ‘score’ to participants who would then be matched to some 400 ‘personas’.
Each persona would be developed utilising a complex matrix of information including gender, age and postcode. The persona that a participant matched would determine their funding and supports.
This is a massive movement away from a model where plans were specifically developed for participants based on what was reasonable and necessary for them, as individuals with unique goals and needs.Read full story (off-site)
- National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- Hayley Stone
- Physical Disability Council NSW
- Date published:
- Fri 21st May, 2021