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News 20 November 2017
Interview: Senator Jordon Steele John

Every Australian Counts campaign director Kirsten Deane had a chat to new senator and disability advocate Jordon Steele-John.

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News 16 November 2017
Beating a Path to … Melbourne

You may remember last month the National Disability Insurance Agency announced that they were making some changes to the NDIS planning process.

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News 6 November 2017
What you thought of the Productivity Commission’s recommendations

Last week we asked you to share your thoughts about how to make the planning experience better for NDIS participants.

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News 24 October 2017
So What Did the PC Say About the NDIS?

The Productivity Commission report into the NDIS is very detailed – it’s more than 500 pages long!

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News 19 October 2017
EAC Supporters Say NO Way – NO Delay

The Productivity Commission has released its report into the National Disability Insurance Scheme this morning.

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News 17 October 2017
Making the NDIS More User Friendly

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) announced this morning they are making some changes to the NDIS to try and make the scheme more user friendly.

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News 21 September 2017
Thanks John!

After seven years, Every Australian Counts Campaign Director John Della Bosca is moving on to new adventures.

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News 28 August 2017
NDIS marks 100K

The government has announced that 100,000 Australians with disability are now in the NDIS.

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News 17 August 2017
Breaking: is a deal close on NDIS funding?

Treasurer Scott Morrison has announced he will today introduce legislation into Parliament to lock-in full funding for the NDIS, saying he’s confident of securing support from the Senate cross bench.

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News 3 August 2017
Ivory smashed it! 😍😍

A letter from nine-year-old Ivory Clark made national headlines when she spoke up for thousands of children with autism in the classroom.

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