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.

And this is just the beginning – we are bringing everyone together with the Make It Work forums across Australia. The forums are a local question and answer session focussing on the NDIS.

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News

NSW Government Report says Just.Get.On.With.It.

Last week the New South Wales Legislative Council released the findings of an inquiry they held earlier in the year into how the the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is rolling out across NSW.

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Catching up with the NDIA: A chat with CEO Rob De Luca

At every NDIS Make it Work forum we have held around the country, we have been asked about changes people have heard the National Disability Insurance Agency are making to the NDIS planning process.

We have been asked so many questions we thought we had better get some answers. And no, we didn’t call the call centre – because we all know how THAT goes. We went straight to the top to the man who runs the NDIA – Rob De Luca.

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Empowerment, inclusion, and equality on the International Day of People with Disability

“Today Australians should not only take the time to talk about what the disability community has done, but also talk about what needs to be done to ensure a fairer and more inclusive nation.”

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