Here you can read the unique stories from around Australian about why the NDIS matters - and add your support to stories you think our Federal MPs should be hearing.
Letter to Ken Wyatt MP: Make Aust a first world provider
martin foreman ‘s Story
my name is martin foreman 43 years old and spina bifida
feel the NDIS is important for queensland it gives people
with a disability a voice.
cerebral palsy league of queensland …
Julie Whittle’s Story
Hello my name is Julie and I am the primary full time carer of my daughter. She has 2 rare conditions that have her needing total care for ALL of her needs. This is very physically and emotionally taxing on me as i am soon to be a single parent.…
Donna Harris’s Story
We have a 3.5 year old son, who was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy 2 years ago. We have been with CPL since April last year. I find the entire system overly complex, extremely stressful and full of bureaucratic barricades. My issues are around the bureaucracy and barriers we continually face with all agencies that want their cut of his funding.…
Sabrina Nemorin’s Story
My dad became disabled after having a limb amputation as a result of diabetic complications six months ago. He is 67 years old and after having struggled with diabetes for over thirty years his body and organs are failing him. Diabetes is a silent killer that makes it’s most lethal mark when a person’s body is least able to recover.…
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