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People with disability wanted to host NDIS info sessions

22 January 2021

Are you a person with disability?

Do you have experience hosting information sessions and workshops?

Do you have an excellent understanding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

Register your interest with AFDO before 5pm on Friday February 26 for your chance to join a national team of NDIS workshop facilitators and help people all over Australia get the most from their NDIS plans.

Consultation Papers – Have your say!

26 November 2020

Also this week, the Agency released a media release, along with three consultation papers. It’s important that people with disability and their families/carers, along with the wider disability sector has a say on these papers. 

You can have your say on these papers by making a submission in writing, by audio or video.  Submissions close at 10.00am (ADST) on Tuesday 23rd February 2021.

NDIS Reforms and Information Paper

25 November 2020

In August, the Minister for the NDIS, Stuart Robert announced significant reforms to the NDIS, including the use of Independent Assessments for new and existing NDIS participants to be paid for by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA). ​

This week, the Minister announced that the legislation to introduce the new Independent Assessments has been delayed.  The draft legislation will now be released for consultation, with the legislation expected to be passed by 1st July next year.  The Minister also released an Information Paper on these reforms.


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