20 July 2017
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.
19 April 2016
If you are unhappy with your NDIS Plan, or a decision by the NDIS, this flow chart by Disability Advocacy Resource Unit (DARU) will help you understand what you can do. It is presented using a simplified step by step process, and has links to other resources if you'd like more details. Some of the information is specifically for Victorians, but most of the information will be helpful for people from all over Australia.
22 September 2015
This page from the NDIS website vgives you detailed information about how the NDIS will roll out across Victoria. There is a video (with captions), rural and metropolitan interactive maps, and information packs for people with disabilities and for service providers, as well as a link to the bilateral agreement documents.
7 September 2015
22 July 2015
It also includes a handy checklist to help you figure out what to do.
23 June 2015
They met on 24th April 2015. After the meeting they let everyone know some of the things they talked about.
10 June 2015
3 June 2015
2 June 2015
25 April 2015
This website explains what self directed support is and how to use it if you are in Victoria. It also has some resources and information about peer support for people living in Victoria and using current self directed supports.