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National Disability Services welcomes ALP Shadow Ministers

National Disability Services (NDS) has welcomed the new Shadow Ministers
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Defrauding the NDIS of millions is appalling

NDS has today welcomed the arrests of five people arising from allegations of attempts to defraud people with disability
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Morrison Government returns to office with NDIS as a priority

NDS congratulates Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Coalition following their win in the Federal Election over the weekend.
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NDS launches 'Positive Cultures' films

National Disability Services (NDS) today launch a set of new Zero Tolerance films about Positive Cultures at a forum attended by more than 200 people.
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Labor announce their plans to get the NDIS on track

Leader of the Opposition, Bill Shorten and Shadow Minister, Linda Burney announced how they would go about making “fixing the NDIS” a priority
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The Coalition announce their plans to deliver on the promise of NDIS

The Coalition have today released their plan for supporting people with disability, which has a strong focus on continuing the roll out of the NDIS.
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Federal Budget highlights the need for NDIS funding transparency

National Disability Services (NDS) has called for more transparency around the level of underspending in the delivery of the NDIS.
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NDIS savings must stay in Scheme

NDS today called on the Federal Government to retain any NDIS underspend to fix its implementation problems rather than using it to fill a hole in the Budget.
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NDIS risks failure without urgent intervention

A week out from the Federal Budget, Australia’s disability service providers today warned that many are at risk of failure unless the government acts.
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Government announcement to grow the NDIS workforce is disappointing

The release of the Federal Government’s National Workforce Strategy is disappointing, with much of the strategy a rehash of old news.