The Joint Standing Committee into the NDIS is about to release their final report about what needs to be done to make the NDIS work for all of us.

And they want to hear from you.

Let them know what you think urgently needs to change by filling in the form.

 

We’ve heard from people like you from across Australia about what needs to be done to fix the NDIS. You’ve come up with so many great ideas including:

  • Using consistent, plain language in all NDIS communications so no one gets confused or misses out on important information
  • Allowing people to have longer plans so that people don’t have to go through stressful reviews
  • More training for NDIS staff to work effectively and respectfully with participants and their families

 

So fill out the form to tell the Joint Standing Committee what you think is the most important improvement that needs to be made to the NDIS.

We’ll collate all your answers and send them on to the Committee.

But we need to be quick – make sure to share what is important to you by March 10.

And don’t forget you can meet directly with MPs to make your voice heard at our Make It Work Forums which have already kicked off for 2019.

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