The Australian Government has outlined reforms to the NDIS that will ensure a better experience for participants and make sure the Scheme is there for the future.  

Reforms need to, and will be done, in a measured and considered way.    

We will take the time needed to get changes right. We will transition to new arrangements in a careful and considered way over time.    

Reforms will be guided by good plans for implementation – developed in partnership with people with disability and the disability community.   

To achieve this the Minister for the NDIS, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), Department of Social Services (DSS) and the disability community, through Disability Representative and Carer Organisations (DRCOs) and the NDIS Independent Advisory Council (IAC), have agreed to work together on a co-design approach for important NDIS reforms.  

The approach  

The approach ensures that the voices of people with disability are at the centre of the way NDIS reforms are designed, implemented and monitored.  

This page current as of
11 June 2024
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