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Types of foundational supports. There will be two types of foundational supports - general and targeted. 1 - General supports include navigation support, information and capacity building for individuals, families and communities. 2 - Targeted supports include home and community care-type supports, aids and equipment, early childhood supports, psychosocial supports and supports for adolescents and young adults.

NDIS Review recommends more options for supports for people with disability

The Independent Review of the NDIS (the Review) Final Report has recognised change is necessary to ensure all people with disability get the right support at the right time. The Review recommended developing a separate tier of disability services, called Foundational Supports, which can be accessed by all people with disability, and actions to address the lack of accessible and inclusive mainstream services, that include healthcare, education and transport.

Year in Review Forum  

In celebration of 2023 International Day of People with Disability, People with Disability Australia and Advocacy for Inclusion will participate in a joint online Members’ Forum, ‘In Conversation with Dr Rhonda Galbally AC and Craig Wallace, Head of Policy, Advocacy for Inclusion, on Thursday 7 December from 6:00 pm AEDT.
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NDIS Review | Submission 3 to the Independent Review of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

From March to July 2023, PWDA conducted consultations with people with disability on their experiences of the NDIS. This involved several focus groups and surveys on the experiences of people with disability with the NDIS (including one Easy Read version). Participants in these consultations primarily involved people with disability with a broad array of experiences. Some families, carers and support people of also participated in the surveys and focus groups, but represented a small percentage of participants and predominantly participated as representatives of people with disability.