We’d like to hear from you about the changes we’re making to ensure the NDIS is simpler, faster, fairer and more flexible. You can have your say on how we deliver these improvements so that they work for everyone.
Your feedback is important to us.
What we are consulting on
In our Participant Service Charter, we committed to including people with disability and the community to help us develop and test our processes.
That is why we have released three consultation papers and one project consultation report. We’re also sharing our project report on the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Implementation. This report is for sector stakeholders, governments and mainstream supports like education and health, and outlines the research, recommendations and background behind the third paper; Supporting young children and their families early, to reach their full potential.
The three consultation papers explain proposed changes to NDIS including what these changes will mean for participants.
- Consultation paper: access and eligibility policy for independent assessments
- Consultation paper: planning policy for personalised budgets and plan flexibility
- Consultation paper: supporting young children and their families early, to reach their full potential
- The Early Childhood Early Intervention Reset Project consultation report.
Papers 3 and 4 cover the ECEI Implementation Reset project, which includes background to the project for context, areas for improvement and further detail on how best practice is intended to work.
We need your feedback about how these changes will work.
By providing your feedback, you’ll be helping us deliver a better and fairer experience for all people with disability accessing the NDIS and participants already in the Scheme.
At the end of each paper, there are some questions. We welcome your responses to these questions. You can answer some or all of them, you can also make a submission to some or all of the papers.
You can provide a written, audio or video submission.