The NDIA and Scope Australia want to hear from participants on the autism spectrum, or who have intellectual disability, Down syndrome, psychosocial disability or cerebral palsy.
The plan implementation directory will assist participants, their families and carers to find the right information to make the best use of their NDIS plan.
Participants and providers have told us about the importance of finding, recognising, and promoting new ways for participants to pursue their home and living goals.
The NDIA is releasing monthly summary reports as part of our promise to make our data easier to see.
We know that participants want longer plans and fewer reviews. That’s why we are giving more participants the opportunity to simply continue their current NDIS plan, if their support needs are stable and their plan is working for them, instead of having to do a full plan review.
The NDIA is disappointed by recent media reports critical of how the Agency supports staff with disability. While always embracing the opportunity to improve, the Agency is a community leader in the recruitment and support for employees with disability. Our latest figures report 19.1 per cent of the NDIA's APS employees (and 12 per cent of Senior Executive Staff) identify as a person with disability. This is by far the highest proportion of employees of people with disability in the Australian Public Service (APS) and private sector. The NDIA was also recognised as the top performer in the recent Australian...