NDIS reforms

Improving the NDIS for people with disability

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Improving the NDIS for people with disability

The Australian Government is currently making improvements to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for all participants, their families, and carers.

Informing those reviews are the Disability Royal Commission, completed in late 2023 and the NDIS review, completed in late 2024.

The NDIS review and the Disability Royal Commission are two important initiatives aimed at enhancing the lives of individuals with disability.

The overarching purpose of these initiatives is to identify shortcomings, recommend improvements, and ultimately foster a more inclusive, respectful, and supportive society for all individuals with disability.

The NDIS Review

The NDIS Review

The NDIS review aims to evaluate the scheme's effectiveness, efficiency, and fairness in providing choice and control to Australians with disability, ensuring it meets their needs.

Disability Royal Commission

Disability Royal Commission

The Disability Royal Commission investigates systemic issues of violence, abuse, neglect, and exploitation experienced by people with disability, aiming to uncover and address these injustices.

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