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Excerpts of media articles about inclusion, living with disability and how the NDIS is transforming lives.

Media 19 September 2017

SMH

Grace Vegesana is planning to study law at university once she graduates, but says her perspective on the popular subject has completely changed since she learnt more about the disability and care sector.

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Media 6 September 2017

Canberra Times

While there is much to commend about the $22 billion National Disability Insurance Scheme the reality is its roll-out has not been as successful as many would have hoped.

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Media 29 August 2017

Dubbo Daily Liberal

The National Disability Insurance Scheme, or NDIS, has itself been labouring under something of a disability of its own: lack of money.

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Media 26 August 2017

ABC News

Complaints about the National Disability Insurance Scheme have soared by about 700 per cent in the past year.

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Media 24 August 2017

Geelong Advertiser

An intellectually disabled and autistic Moriac man has won the next step in his battle for the NDIS to cover his work transport costs.

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Media 21 August 2017

Pro Bono Australia

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is celebrating a “major milestone” after being delivered to 100,000 participants.

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Media 18 August 2017

Fairfax

The National Disability Insurance Scheme, or NDIS, has itself been labouring under something of a disability of its own: lack of money.

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Media 18 August 2017

Sydney Morning Herald

The Turnbull government may need just one more vote from the Senate crossbench to pass the $8.2 billion Medicare levy, which is designed to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

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Media 15 August 2017

news.com.au

The federal government is being urged to clarify when people with a mental illness can access support under the national disability insurance scheme.

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Media 12 August 2017

Coffs Coast Advocate

1. If you, or someone you love, is born with a disability or acquires one later in life, you all no longer run the risk of falling through holes in Australia’s safety net based on what state or territory you live in.

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