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Access our publications for more information on the NDIS Review.

  • Disability support workers

    Fact sheet 10 of 10: For disability support workers.

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  • Frequently asked questions

    NDIS Review Final Report frequently asked questions.

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  • Commissioned reports

    We commissioned a number of pieces of work to analyse and understand a variety of aspects of the NDIS. This included engaging with Disability Representative Organisations and Non-Disability Representative Organisations to undertake consultations directly with the disability communities to inform the Review.

    Read more about Commissioned reports
  • Transition

    Read more about Transition
  • What we mean by an ecosystem of supports

    Read more about What we mean by an ecosystem of supports
  • Geelong community meeting and webinar

    Read more about Geelong community meeting and webinar
  • NDIS 2.0

    Professor Bruce Bonyhady AM, NDIS Review panel co-chair, delivers a speech on the panel’s reform directions for the NDIS.

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  • Judy Brewer response on children – Newcastle community meeting

    Read more about Judy Brewer response on children – Newcastle community meeting
  • A ‘Magic Pudding’ dilemma

    Where we are heading and the future of the NDIS: people with disability and their families.

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  • A question of balance

    The future of the NDIS and where we are heading – Markets and the business of being a service provider

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  • Making the NDIS work

    Lisa Paul, co-chair of the NDIS Review was in Sydney today, talking with the Australian Services Union community about where we are in the review, the emerging views from the panel and how we are moving forward.

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  • What we have heard report

    What we have heard through your submissions and our meetings with people with disability, their families and the disability sector.

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