NDIS participants from across Australia have come together virtually to celebrate diversity in a unique music video for this year’s International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) on Thursday, 3 December.
Read about the new fully accessible interactive data tool and other updates as part of our December data release.
A nationally consistent NDIS quality and safeguards system is now in place across Australia, delivering strong and consistent protections for every participant in the NDIS.
Celebrate International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) with us on 3 December. This year’s theme, ‘Seeing the ability in disability’, challenges perceptions and common stereotypes, and celebrates the achievements of Australians living with disability.
We've made improvements to our webchat to make it easier for participants, nominees, providers and the public to interact with the NDIS National Contact Centre.
The NDIS is establishing a panel to listen and understand more from people with disabilities in harder-to-reach communities. Organisations on this panel will support the NDIA to hear directly from people with disability (incuding their families and carers), with a focus on harder-to-reach commumities. These include people with intellectual disability, cognitive disabilities, people housed in group or hospital settings, and/or people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities. Engagement activities could include things like one-on-one interviews and focus groups. Organisations with experience and understanding of the disability sector, including harder to reach communities, are invited...