The NDIS is not working well for everyone. Not all of us are getting the choice and control we were promised.

We need our politicians to take action make the NDIS work for all of us.

Now that we’ve won commitments from both parties to fully fund the NDIS, we need to make sure that ahead of the Federal Election they focus on fixing the scheme to make sure it works for all of us.

Politicians across the country need to show that they’re listening. They need to show they can deliver the NDIS we fought for.

Please sign our petition to tell our politicians that it’s time to make the make the NDIS work for all of us.

By filling out your details on this form, you’ll be adding your voice to the thousands of others in the Every Australian Counts community. Together we can tell our politicians that the time for talk is over and now is the time to Make It Work.

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Latest news and opinion

News 4 December 2019

And the Committee’s verdict? Just get on with it!

With all the busyness of International Day of People with Disability yesterday it was easy to miss that the Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS released the first of their reports – this one is all about planning.

And from the very first page they have made it abundantly clear they share your frustration with the slow pace of change.

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News 21 November 2019

The NDIS is reviewing prices – have your say

We hear a lot from people about NDIS prices – the good, the bad and the ugly.

Well now the NDIA want to hear from you too.

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Opinion 5 December 2019

Housing for people with disabilities: what needs to happen

Today our good friend Dr George Taleporos will give evidence to the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability at their hearings in Melbourne.

We asked Dr George what he planned to tell the Commission – and what he thinks needs to change when it comes to housing for people with disability.

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