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Minister Linda Reynolds is insisting that changes to the NDIS are going ahead – including compulsory assessments.

It’s disappointing, and shows the Minister isn’t listening to the disability community – but this fight is far from over.

The legislation passing will likely be determined by a few key votes including Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie.

That’s why she needs to hear from you now. Senator Lambie needs to hear first-hand from our community that people with disability and families want these changes stopped once and for all.

Will you send an email to Senator Jacquie Lambie now? We need her to represent you – Tasmanians – and promise to vote against the legislation when it hits Parliament.

You don’t have to find the words – we have an email ready to go. Just fill in your details and hit send using the form on this page. But if you would like to add a personalised message you can add it to the top of the email.


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