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The NDIS Review panel would like to thank all who have taken the time to share their lived experience with the NDIS Review. Your insights, ideas and solutions are key to shaping the future of the NDIS. Since the start of the Review has received more than 4,500 submissions from participants, their families and those that support them. The information contained within these submissions is fundamental to the review recommendations presented to government.

The privacy and security personal information is important to us, and is protected by law. Only the submissions to the review who indicated and agreed to make them public have been published. Some submissions have omitted 'In confidence' content – this content or all parts of the submission are not online.


Submissions to the NDIS Review has come in many formats – email, on-line, full documents in PDF. The NDIS Review is committed to ensuring that the information on its website is widely accessible. If you experience problems accessing pages or reading/downloading files, please contact the NDIS Review Secretariat via our contact form.

Published submissions

We have redacted (edited, removed or hidden) confidential, sensitive or personal information from submissions made anonymously, where individuals could be reasonably identified.

We have redacted names of organisations or of employees who were the subjects of complaints in published submissions.

Any redactions to published submissions do not change the content of the original submission. Original submissions are retained by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet according to the Department's Privacy Policy.

The views or opinions expressed in submissions are those of the author. We are publishing the submissions to inform public debate and scrutiny of the consultations conducted to inform the work of the NDIS Review.

If a person has any concerns about the publication of a submission, they should contact us via Where those concerns relate to an individual's privacy, you should cc the Department's Privacy Officer (

The Department will investigate and, if appropriate, remove the content.

Further information about how the Department handles and protects personal information is contained in the Department's Privacy Policy.

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Submitter Submission type Submission reference
Anonymous General submission SUB-B9L7-003127
Anonymous General upload SUB-B9Q7-002904
George Cham General submission SUB-B9Q8-000282
Anonymous General submission SUB-B9R4-001519
Queensland Alliance for Mental Health General upload SUB-B9R7-001721
Test Name General submission SUB-B9T9-001129
Anonymous General upload SUB-B9V3-001797
Julie Rankin General submission SUB-B9V7-000021
Anonymous 10 areas for improvement SUB-B9W7-002868
Anonymous General submission SUB-B9Y1-000422
Anonymous General upload SUB-B9Y9-002292
Aruma Services General upload SUB-C0C3-003354
Anonymous General submission SUB-C0D3-002872
Anonymous General submission SUB-C0D7-003194
Anonymous 10 areas for improvement SUB-C0D8-002578
Anonymous General upload SUB-C0K0-000843
Kerry Brown 10 areas for improvement SUB-C0M4-003559
Anonymous General upload SUB-C0R1-001807
Dr John Chesterman Response to paper SUB-C0S1-001394
Anonymous General upload SUB-C0S7-001811
Anonymous General submission SUB-C0Y2-000022
Anonymous General submission SUB-C0Z6-000637
Australian Lawyers Alliance General upload SUB-C1D2-002879
Anonymous General submission SUB-C1F3-000410
Anonymous 10 areas for improvement SUB-C1H1-003167