NDIS

Report
10 March 2017

This document provides a collection of key sources on the NDIS, including information and reports published by the NDIS, government departments, statutory bodies, and parliamentary committees.

Guide
3 March 2017

The National Disability Insurance Scheme provides support to people with disability, their families and carers. It is jointly governed and funded by the Australian, and participating state and...

Discussion paper
22 February 2017

This issues paper has been released to assist participants in preparing a submission to the study into National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) costs, outlining a range of issues about which...

Report
12 December 2016

This report outlines how carers are faring under the NDIS and makes recommendations to ensure carers don’t slip through the cracks as the scheme rolls out more widely.

Report
25 November 2016

With disability support providers critical to the success of the NDIS, it’s vital they are involved in co-design of the scheme, including pricing, and a clear plan is in place to help further with...

Report
14 November 2016

As of September 30, more than 40,000 Australians have National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plans or are in the process of accessing the NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention approach.

Article
28 September 2016

Four organisations in the disability sector share how and why they responded to sector changes by launching an innovation strategy.

Article
8 July 2016

The growing Indigenous disability rights movement has fostered more involvement in the planning and development of the NDIS. However, there is still a need to acknowledge those who feel their...

Article
6 July 2016

The National Disability Insurance Scheme aims to empower consumers with a disability to use funds given to them to purchase services that reflect their lifestyle and aspirations, writes Paul...

Article
28 June 2016

The very existence of the National Disability Insurance Scheme - to begin national operation this Friday - is a powerful rebuttal to that contemporary whine about big policy reforms being too hard...