In The Media | 24 August 2015

The national disability scheme: waiting on an ironclad commitment

Even as the Abbott government has appeared to rock from political crisis to flag waving national security events, there has been a successful but quiet revolution under way in the role of government that has gone largely unnoticed by most of the community.

Since July 2013 – in the dying days of the Gillard government – the national disability insurance scheme has been gradually rolled out across the country, utterly transforming not just the lives of disabled people but also the massive care industry that delivers services to them.

Source: Australian Financial Review