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We have released a framework to promote innovation and development of safe and effective Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled Assistive Technology (AT). AI technology can help to boost independence and increase community participation for people with disability. But not all AI is right for everyone and there is often limited guidance on its use. The CSIRO’s Australian eHealth Research Centre developed the framework, which focuses on six key principles: user experience value quality safety privacy and security; and human rights. The framework draws on current guidelines and assessment frameworks, and feedback from interviews with NDIS participants, their families, carers and other supporters...
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The NDIA Annual Report 2021-22 is now available in PDF and accessible formats. The report gives a summary of the NDIA’s performance and operations for the 2021-22 financial year. In the past year, we welcomed more than 60,000 new participants to the Scheme. As at 30 June 2022, 534,655 people with disability across Australia are receiving support, with 300,000 of these participants receiving disability-related supports for the very first time. The Agency has continued to respond to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic. A key priority in 2021–22 was to remove barriers to COVID-19 vaccination for participants. You...
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Please find below details of an upcoming planned outage. We apologise for any disruption. Impacted systems These systems will be unavailable during the outage window myplace participant portal myplace provider portal NDIS mobile app. Start date and time Saturday 5 November 2022, 10pm AEDT. Finish date and time Sunday 6 November 2022, 4am AEDT. Outage window 6 hours.
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