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NDS WA Year in Review 2016/17

NDS in WA is pleased to present its 2016/17 Year in Review which was presented at the Annual Members Meeting on 14 November 2017.

NDS WA 2018-19 Pre-Budget Submission

The NDS WA PBS is the policy centrepiece for state-level disability advocacy and is instrumental in identifying areas of critical need and the investment to continue to deliver effective services.

WA Disability Services Sector Industry Plan

NDS commissioned ACIL Allen Consulting to research and establish a knowledge base on the contribution and potential of the WA disability sector under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Every Australian Counts

Every Australian Counts

Here to make sure the NDIS is delivered as promised and is the best it can be.

What are the key benefits?
  • Educate and inform the disability community about the facts and benefits of the NDIS
  • Promote the rights and inclusion of people with disability in the community and economy
  • See that our politicians and bureaucrats deliver the best possible NDIS

Who is this resource for?

People with disability, their families and carers and disability service providers looking for a greater understanding of what the NDIS is, who it’s for and how it will change the lives of thousands of Australian with disability.

Check out the EAC website

Further Information:

The NDIS is a national scheme to provide targeted support and better coordination and access to services for people with disabilities. It’s a single national system, which means regardless of what kind of disability you have and where you live, you will be able to equally access disability services.

The choice and control the NDIS offers means you can pick your own supports and service providers. You and your family are the experts, you know what is best for your life. The NDIS recognises this and will lead to greater life outcomes, allowing participants to live an ordinary life that will be different for everyone.

This ground breaking change began in trial sites around Australia from July 2013 and will start rolling out nationally from July 2016.

We are learning daily from the trial sites and putting this information towards better support for people with disabilities now and into the future.

Our website is packed with information and case studies about the NDIS.

Contact information
For more information contact Every Australian Counts, 02 9256 3182,

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