ONE man who is entrenched in the fight for greater services for people with a disability is chairman of the Warwick and District Disability Support Group, Peter Stacy.
Mr Stacy, whose 36-year-old son Leigh has an intellectual disability, said the National Disability Insurance Scheme was necessary.
“The prior system of support for people with a disability was so broken it beggars belief,” he said.
“Now we’re headed in the right direction, but before, it was difficult to see how people were ever going to get the right support.
“So the signs are good, but it’s still early days.
Source: South Burnett Times