Two new reports are available about participants with a sensory disability in the NDIS and participants with neurodegenerative conditions in the NDIS.
For the first time a guideline for the NDIS early childhood approach is now available. The early childhood approach is our nationally consistent approach to working with children younger than 7, who have a developmental delay or disability, and their families. Children who do not fully meet the definition of developmental delay and have developmental concerns are also supported through our early childhood approach. Your child doesn’t need a diagnosis to get help. We can connect you with early childhood partners who will help you access the right supports for your child’s needs. The early childhood approach recognises the rights...
The NDIA is releasing a new consultation paper focused on supporting NDIS participants to have more control over how and where they live.
Work starts today to better support NDIS participants to take control of the decisions that impact them. The NDIA today released a consultation paper on improving decision making support for participants.
To improve the supply of assistive technology (AT) to young children, the NDIA issued a request for information (RFI) on the AusTender website.
The Independent Advisory Council has released information about the discussions at the first Scheme Reform Forum held on 10 and 11 June in Sydney.