As part of the NDIA’s commitment to be more open and transparent, we are pleased to share with you the results of our consultation on interventions for children on the autism spectrum.
From 23 December 2021, eligible supported independent living (SIL) participants and providers can claim up to $12.50 per rapid antigen test (RAT) when a support worker is required to undergo COVID-19 testing to safely deliver supports to a participant.
Commonwealth, state and territory disability ministers met on 10 December 2021 for the Disability Reform Ministers’ Meeting (DRMM).
The Australian Government is investing an additional $35 million to continue delivering on its commitment to reduce the number of younger people entering, and living in, residential aged care.
Minister for the NDIS Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC today announced a number of changes to the Independent Advisory Council (IAC) to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), effective 1 January 2022.
Working with young adult NDIS participants aged 15-24 to understand and measure information about them, their experiences with the NDIS, and the progress they are making with their plan goals, is an important part of our work.