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Simon Johanson
Herald Sun
Sunday 1st December, 2019
Police are investigating a massive NDIS-related financial fraud that used a forged letter purported to be from former assistant minister and Australian Senator Sarah Henderson to convince Korean investors to
Parliament of Australia
Tuesday 3rd December, 2019
Evidence presented to the committee throughout the inquiry indicates that more time is required to fully consider issues associated with the planning process. Further time is also required to consider
Patricia Karvelas
RN Drive
Tuesday 3rd December, 2019
The report outlines 14 recommendations, several of which focus on NDIS planning timelines and the participant's involvement in the drafting process. It also calls for extra training for NDIA staff, to
Norman Hermant
ABC
Saturday 23rd November, 2019
Will and David's genuine friendship is rare, according to the Australia Talks National Survey, which revealed Australians who do not live with a disability rarely socialise with people who do.
Nine News
Thursday 21st November, 2019
Ms Warn, who has PTSD, told a parliamentary inquiry into the NDIS that she had been "bullied, berated, intimidated and lied to" as she dealt with bureaucrats in the scheme. "They've
Judy Skatssoon
Australian Ageing agenda
Tuesday 19th November, 2019
The minister responsible for the NDIS has compared it to a plane taking off while still being built and admits the scheme is not always living up to expectations.
Kylie Stevenson and Tamara Howie
The Guardian
Tuesday 5th November, 2019
More than half of Northern Territory participants in the disability scheme are Indigenous – and for those who live on country, isolation, culture and environment are compounded by bureaucratic hurdles
Kate Kachor
Nin News
Tuesday 29th October, 2019
A Sydney dad who lost his hands and feet to deadly infections says he may be forced to live away from his eight-year-old daughter because of errors made in a
Nine News
Sunday 27th October, 2019
The scheme that was meant to ease the suffering of disabled Australians has caused frustration for many.
Claire Wheaton
ABC South East NSW
Tuesday 22nd October, 2019
A spokesperson for the NDIA said while the NDIS provides some assistance, the states and territories are responsible for making transport accessible.
Stephen Easton
The Mandarin
Friday 18th October, 2019
The head of People with Disability Australia, Jeff Smith, was pleased by the staffing boost and welcomed Hoffman’s appointment but also called on the NDIA to keep looking for opportunities
Luke Michael
Pro Bono News
Wednesday 16th October, 2019
During a session at the Victorian Homelessness Conference, panellists from across the social sector discussed how the NDIS was catering to people with disability who were homeless or at risk.