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Richard C. Madden

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Briefing paper

3 Dec 2015
246

The financial arrangements for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) are crucial to the successful implementation of the Scheme. The NDIS is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the States and Territories. The DisabilityCare Australia (DCA) levy (0.5% of income) was introduced on 1 July...

Policy report

1 Oct 2014
16

NDIS expenses are entirely paid by the Commonwealth, through the NDIA. Funds are provided by Commonwealth appropriation.From 1 July 2014, the Commonwealth collects the DisabilityCare Australia (DCA) levy, 0.5% of taxable income.

Report

1 Oct 2014
35

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was passed into law in early 2013. The arrangements for financing the NDIS are complex and are not brought together in the 2013-14 Commonwealth Budget papers.1 This Bulletin briefly collects and connects available information on NDIS financing arrangements....

Policy report

1 Aug 2014
34

People with high and complex needs will generally need an array of supports to enable social and economic participation as envisaged by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). As participants, these people will receive funding from the NDIS.

Transcript

30 Nov 2005
28

Richard Madden, director of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, discusses the role of statistics in a society like Australia and the values that have underpinned the AIHW’s work, and comments on some of the issues that have arisen at AIHW over the past...

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