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.
Leanne Brennan’s Story
I’m a mum with CP caring for my three children all with intellectual disabilities ie Autistic and ADHD. With very little support my days are filled with fighting to get what little support I can or attending meetings with teachers doctors or other professionals.…
Hayden Moffitt’s Story
I will be 18 on Anzac Day 2012. I feel as though I’m one of the soldiers on the Western Front who complained that their mates at Gallipoli were getting all the attention while they got none, yet their theatre of war was just as devastating and much longer.…
I suffer from MS and find it challenging to plan for my future as I never know how I will feel from day to day. This great unknown puts a great toll on my family, it would be a great relief for me to know that the NDIS is real and in place to assist me and my family in times of need.…
Keith Shew’s Story
My name is Keith and my youngest son has Cerebral Palsy. He has had a difficult time since his very premature birth and not made any better by his mother who did not get him any real assistance until I took over as 100% Carer when he was turning 9 yrs of age.…
sandra turner’s Story
This is so great !
My child was put through one of the nastiest things that could happen. She was a premmie, (16 weeks early) and as a result ,ended up with severe CP. I have heard estimates, that the first four months of her life cost around two million dollars.…
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