The NDIS Outcomes Framework is a series of surveys that we use to collect information from participants and their families and carers about how they are doing in different areas of their lives.
It is an important part of our work understanding how the NDIS is making an impact on participants and their families and carers, while also pointing out areas where we can improve.
Through surveys, we investigate how participants are progressing over their time in the NDIS.
We ask participants questions about a range of areas of their life (domains), including: daily living, choice and control, health and wellbeing, relationships, community participation, work, and learning.
We also survey families and carers of participants and ask them questions about their lives while supporting someone in the NDIS.
We use these surveys to produce Participant and Families/Carers Outcomes Reports and national and regional Outcomes Dashboards (datasets) each year to share this information.
Learn more about the Outcomes Framework
Latest Outcomes Reports and Dashboards: