After seven years, Every Australian Counts Campaign Director John Della Bosca is moving on to new adventures.
NDIS marks 100K
The government has announced that 100,000 Australians with disability are now in the NDIS.
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.
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.
New face at the helm of NDIA: The reaction
A new Chief Executive Officer has been appointed by the National Disability insurance Agency (NDIA) to guide the NDIS during its critical transition period to full coverage across Australia over the next three years.
A new chapter for accessible books in Australia
In good news for avid readers with vision impairment, Australia is on the verge of a braille book boom.
Why every day counts
This weekend marks one year since the full roll out of the NDIS began. While there are good news stories about improved life outcomes, there’s still a long way to go until the NDIS is the one that was promised for all.
Only one week ago a delegation of Every Australia Counts supporters sat with Senator Pauline Hanson to talk about the NDIS and why we need an inclusive Australia for people with disability. This just makes her comments yesterday even more disappointing.
The PC has listened and spoken
The Productivity Commission this week released early findings in its review into the costs of the NDIS – and while there is good news about support for the scheme, there are plenty of things to fix.