The finer details on the NT roll out
The NDIS will double funding for disability support in the Northern Territory and provide support for more than 6,500 Territorians with disability once it is fully rolled out by July 2019.
Friday Flashback – re-meet Peter
The roll out of the NDIS is just weeks away so we thought it was a good time to celebrate the thousands of Every Australian Counts supporters who campaigned tirelessly for a scheme to give people with disability control of their own lives.
Time for urgent action on housing
With 127,000 people expected to need housing under the NDIS, a new report has highlighted the need for urgent action on addressing the chronic shortage of affordable and accessible housing for people with disability.
People with disability locked out of housing
People with disability are being locked out of rental markets in all of Australia’s major cities, according to a new report from Anglicare Australia.
Disability Discrimination Commissioner is back
Deaf Society president and chairman of the Disability Council of NSW, Alistair McEwin, has been appointed as the new full time Disability Discrimination Commissioner.
Funding agreement brings certainty to the NT
The full roll out of the NDIS across the Northern Territory in the next three years is now guaranteed after a bilateral agreement was signed with the Commonwealth just in time for the Budget.
The 2016 Federal Budget was announced on Tuesday 3 May. What does this mean for the NDIS?
It’s done! The Every Australian Counts team has delivered our giant sign to Parliament House to let Treasurer Scott Morrison know our supporters are counting on him to make sure the NDIS is fully funded in next Tuesday’s Federal Budget.
NDIS to provide jobs for Queensland
More good news for Queenslanders, with a new study showing the NDIS will deliver both jobs and resources to the Sunshine State.