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Fact sheet - How to complain about a service to the NSW Ombudsman - Easy English

14 July 2015

A monitor, with an unhappy person, 'ndis', and New South Wales.If you:

  • live in NSW
  • are unhappy with a service you get through the NDIS

You can tell the NSW Ombudsman that you are not happy, and they will help you make a complaint. This fact sheet tells you more about what that all means, and what to do.

 

Fact sheet - How do I make my plan happen? Easy English

13 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.How do I make my plan happen? is a four-page fact sheet that is in Easy English. That means it is easy to read. It has pictures and big, clear writing.

It tells you about what to do after your NDIS plan is finished.

 

Fact sheet - Can I get the NDIS? Easy English

12 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.Can I get the NDIS? is a five-page fact sheet that is in Easy English. That means it is easy to read. It has pictures and big, clear writing.

It tells you about who can get the NDIS.

 

Fact sheet - What if I am not happy with the NDIS? Easy English

12 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.What if I am not happy with the NDIS? is a six-page fact sheet that is in Easy English. That means it is easy to read. It has pictures and big, clear writing.

It tells you about what you can do if you are not happy with something about the NDIS.

 

Fact sheet - How do I manage funding? Easy English

12 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.How do I manage funding? is a five-page fact sheet that is in Easy English. That means it is easy to read. It has pictures and big, clear writing.

It tells you about how to look after money from the NDIS.

 

Fact sheet - What should I know about plans? Easy English

11 July 2015

A monitor with a booklet, and 'ndis'.What should I know about plans? is a six-page fact sheet that is in Easy English. That means it is easy to read. It has pictures and big, clear writing.

It tells you what an NDIS plan is, and what you have to do to make one.

 

Video - Unfinished Business - profiles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability

5 July 2015

A monitor with Australian (with a circle in the middle akin to the Australian Aboriginal flag), a video 'play' button, and the symbol for Open CaptionsUnfinished Business was a photographic exhibition featuring stories of 30 Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people that have a disability. Each photograph was accompanied by a short narrative-style video interview. These videos are all available to watch online, together or separately, with captions. 

 

Facebook - NDIS and Me

19 June 2015

A monitor showing the Facebook logo, the stylised "D" from the Down Syndrome Australia logo, and a conversation with 'ndis' in it. NDIS and Me is a closed Facebook group just for Australians with Down syndrome and their families. The aim of the group is to help its members to get ready and get the best outcomes they can from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

 

Website - My Choice Matters

5 June 2015

A monitor showing Australia, and a person holding out a lifesaver.My Choice Matters is a website made by the same people that made My Learning Matters. My Choice Matters is a website with lots of information and resources to help people with disability get the most out of the changing disability system, including the NDIS.

 

Website - My Learning Matters

4 June 2015

A monitor showing Australia, and a person holding out a lifesaver.My Learning Matters is a new website made by the same people that made My Choice Matters. My Learning Matters is a new website with lots of information and resources to help people with disability get the most out of the changing disability system, including the NDIS.

 

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