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Every Australian Counts is the grassroots campaign that changed Australia forever.

Hundreds of thousands of ordinary Australians came together to fight for a fair go for people with disability and for the NDIS. Now we’re campaigning to make sure that it works for everyone who needs it.

Through Every Australian Counts, people with disability, their families and their carers have rallied, written letters, attended forums, spoken in Parliament, met with their local MP, made submissions, told their story – or simply added their name to petitions calling for change.

In July the campaign delivered almost 1000 message to the new Minister Stuart Robert outlining their ideas for fixing the NDIS.

We know if we all work together we can make a difference.

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Latest news and opinion

News 29 September 2020

Every Australian Counts goes to the NDIS Joint Standing Committee

Well – talks to them by phone anyway.

Our Campaign Director Kirsten Deane gave evidence today at the NDIS Joint Standing Committee’s inquiry into the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

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News 18 September 2020

Keeping people with disability safe during COVID

Yesterday the National Disability Insurance Agency, the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission and the Department of Social Services all appeared before the Senate inquiry into the government’s management of the COVID19 pandemic.

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Opinion 22 August 2020

Pandemic experience shows the NDIS is still not working like it should

“Please stop making this so hard. We are bruised and fragile already, COVID has made us even more vulnerable, and then we have to fight against the very service that is meant to be helping us. Please stop making our needs a battleground, stop assuming we are somehow trying to swindle services we don’t need, and just let us have the NDIS that we were meant to get.”

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