Autism Advisory Group

The Autism Advisory Group was established in 2018 to provide a strong voice on behalf of people with autism who are participating in the NDIS.

The group includes autism experts, service providers and people with lived experience of autism and will advise the NDIA on autism.

At the first meeting the group set four priorities for the first 12 months. An official statement, called a communique, is sent out after each meeting, it explains the group's decisions and suggestions.

July 2018 communique

The Autism Advisory Group met on 6 July 2018. Four key priorities were collaboratively developed and the group committed to develop a work plan to guide priorities and stakeholder engagement program, along with a 12 month calendar of meeting dates

Read the full July communique.

August 2019 communique

On 1 August 2019 the Autism Advisory Group met to discuss implementing the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) remediation plan to resolve delays in accessing supports for children with disability.

Read the full August communique.

This page current as of
14 August 2019