Head of NDIS grilled on ‘insulting’ disability assessment questions, including about sex

Taleporos, who is one of 3,000 people who have taken part in an assessments trial, told the Drum last month he had “just met this person and they asked me about awhether I need support to have sex”.  Taleporos said the questions made him feel “quite ashamed” and “embarrassed”. The Labor MP Libby Coker raised the issue on Tuesday, saying the questions were “intrusive”.

Luke Henriques-Gomes
The Guardian
Tuesday 4th May, 2021

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