In The Media | 14 June 2017

NDIS too focused on enrolment targets at the expense of quality: Productivity Commission

The Productivity Commission is concerned there has been too much focus on meeting enrolment targets for the National Disability Insurance Scheme – at the expense of quality.

The Commission has also found a higher than expected number of children have enrolled, many with autism.

It comes as disability advocates return to Canberra to lobby in favour of the Federal Government’s Medicare levy increase.


John Della Bosca, disability advocate, Every Australian Counts
Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister
Christian Porter, Social Services Minister
Robbi Williams, disability advocate, JFA Purple Orange

Source: ABC PM Radio