Blogs / Anna’s self-advocacy success
“How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” Anna is a 52-year-old National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) […]
Blogs / Tell your story to the Disability Royal Commission
Do you have a story to tell The Disability Royal Commission? Lots of small stories add up to one big […]
Blogs / Get on the record with Eva Sifis and Disability Royal Commission support services
Eva Sifis was once a professional dancer who performed across Australia and Japan. Then in 1999, her life changed forever […]
Blogs / NDIS Participants deserve better quality decisions from the scheme
NDIS internal and external appeals processes need to be more accessible, equitable and transparent The processes in the National Disability […]
Blogs / The Administrative Appeals Tribunal affirms less than 2% of the NDIS decisions appealed by participants.
Only a tiny proportion of appeals that people with disability bring to the AAT are actually heard by the […]
Issues / NDIS decisions are putting pressure on guardianship bodies.
The NDIS is designed around the philosophy that people with disabilities and those closest to them, are best placed to […]
Blogs / Robodebt and vulnerable people with disability: humanity needs humans
Centrelink is trialling robodebt recovery on its most vulnerable clients. Centrelink deals in big numbers, paying out more than $150 […]