NDIS participants are left waiting for too long in hospital beds due to bureaucratic delays

There are 3,000 vacancies in disability housing and 1,430 NDIS participants stuck in hospital because the bureaucratic process of securing adequate NDIA funding for housing and support is complex and takes many months or years.

Instead, the focus of the NDIA appears to be on reducing short-term up-front costs. This means slow and inaccurate decisionsthat affect NDIS participants.

Health, Housing, NDIS
Di Winkler
The Conversation
Wednesday 10th August, 2022

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