NDIA Update'S ARCHIVE

  • Is the NDIS for me? My Access Checker is a tool to help people with permanent and significant disability understand whether they might be able to access assistance from the NDIS.  My Access Checker process is anonymous – this is why the NDIS only ask you for your first name. If you live in a trial site […]

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  • What is Information, Linkages and Capacity Building? Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) is the new name for “Tier 2” of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). It was agreed that this title better reflects the supports it would provide and removes potential for misinterpreting the NDIS as a hierarchy of supports, which was implied […]

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  • Latest NDIS figures released The NDIA quarterly report to the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Disability Reform Council has been released. The key points from the Report (which cites data from December last year) include: 11,000 people with disabilities had an approved NDIS plan at a total cost of $565.3 million. This represents 81% of the bilateral targets, […]

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