NSW Disability Inclusion Bill 2014

February 2014

In this submission, PWDA elaborates a case that the content of the Bill does not live up to the promise of inclusion suggested by its name. The Bill covers three main areas: the creation of Disability Plans, the provision of disability services until the full NDIS roll out, and restrictive practices. However, the Bill does not improve or create any new approaches to inclusion for people with disability in these areas. In doing so it restates the status quo and misses the opportunity to establish a framework for real inclusion and participation for people with disability in NSW.

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