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New Self-Management Guide

30 October 2018

The NDIA has released a Self-Management Guide to assist participants looking to manage their own NDIS plan.


Participant booklets

29 October 2018

Three participant booklets are available to support people with disability and participants throughout their NDIS journey. The booklets are a practical tool to help people with disability, participants, their families, carers and the wider community to learn more about the NDIS, prepare for a planning meeting and to implement their plan.

Who to get help from for an NDIS Appeal

20 July 2017

A monitor with a person holding out a spanner, and an NDIS plan.An NDIS Appeal is the second step you can take if you are unhappy with a decision the NDIS has made, and have already tried step 1. Step 1 is to seek an 'internal review of a reviewable decision' from the NDIA.

If that didn't work, you can do an NDIS Appeal. 'NDIS Appeals' used to be called 'External Merit Reviews'. Here's a list of disability advocacy organisations from across Australia that can help you with an NDIS Appeal. 

Contact list for making complaints

7 September 2015

A monitor showing a sad face, and a hand held up to mean 'stop'. The hand has a cross in it to reinforce the idea of 'stop'.This is a list of contacts for people around Australia that want to make a complaint about a service used through the NDIS.


Website - NDIS events - QLD Government

22 June 2015

A monitor with the 'ndis', the state of Queensland, and a calendar. The Queensland Government has an online calendar which has NDIS related events such as forums, workshops, information sessions and webinars. These are hosted by a range of service providers, advocacy organisations, and government. These events are designed to help Queenslanders prepare for the NDIS. 


Website - DARU

10 June 2015

Monitor displaying Victoria, and a person holding out a lifesaver.Disability Advocacy Resource Unit (DARU) is a statewide service established to resource the disability advocacy sector in Victoria.


Website - Can Access

27 April 2015

Monitor with outline of the Australian Capital Territory and a person holding a lifesaver.This website lists disability and other supports for people in the ACT.


Facebook - NDIS Grassroots Discussion group

26 April 2015

Monitor with Facebook logo and speech bubbles. One of the speech bubbles says 'ndis'.The NDIS Grassroots Discussion group on Facebook is a place for members to share information and have conversations around the NDIS.


Website - Nican

26 April 2015

Monitor with outline of Australia, and a person holding a lifesaver.This website lists supports across the country, especially accessible accommodation, tourism and sport and recreation.


Categories: Support directories

Website - Advokit

26 April 2015

Monitor with a clenched fist and 'ndis' written above it.The Advokit website talks about the process of planning, using supports and the different ways to make choices. It also has information about appealing NDIA decisions.


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