Menu

The NSW Budget was delivered yesterday and was disappointing for people with disability across the state.Photo of a pen, resting on papers with pictures of graphs and finances and saying 'Budget'. There are objects like pie and bar graphs next to the pen.

Despite a record surplus, the NSW Government is reducing spending on people with disability, as the NDIS rolls out and the NSW disability budgets are reduced.

This means that people with disability, who do not receive an NDIS package, will no longer have any support.
Read more.
Published in Latest news
PWDAustralia RT @whwest: Come to our AGM to hear our all-star line up discussing perspectives on feminism & disability. Catch @carlyfindlay @jaxjackibro
PWDAustralia RT @PleaseCaption: Don't see the option to compose captions in your (official) client? Here's how you set it up https://t.co/QDifKGP15h
PWDAustralia RT @NEDA_PeakBody: @DPOAustralia & other #Disability #Advocacy orgs are together with Govt reps & @almcewinddc to discuss/plan upcoming #CR
PWDAustralia RT @FrancesPWDA: PWDA and QDN call for funding of individual and systemic advocacy for people with disability in Qld. 1 in 5 people in Qld…
PWDAustralia RT @CoraleeORourke: The #Palaszczuk Gov’t understands how important advocacy services are for people with disability. That’s why we are com…

Like us on social media!

PWDAustralia on Twitter PWDAustralia on Facebook PWDAustralia on PinterestPWDAustralia on Youtube

Royal Commission projectPWDA logo, with scales of justice and 'working to end sexual violence against people with disability' written underneath

Support, advocacy and training for people with disability who may be affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Become a Member

The easiest way to support us is to become a member. It's free, easy and you join a growing disability movement promoting the human rights and equality for all people with disability. 

join-us-button