people with disability

Kurt Fearnley and others including Bill Shorten

The original vision for the NDIS was that it would give people with disabilities a say in how services are delivered. The appointment of an NDIA chair who is disabled is a positive move.

A person sitting while holding a walking frame

People with disability in prison may need help with personal hygiene, reading, filling in forms, understanding rules, participating in criminal justice proceedings, or making complaints.

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Drawing on the lived experience of disability, UNSW researchers offer insights into how we build a more inclusive society.

A man helps a young boy with homework

Navigating the NDIS can be a bureaucratic nightmare for participants. Labor has pledged to review the system if elected.

Two women wearing medical facemasks, one providing support as the other struggles with respiratory discomfort

While public health measures in schools and hospitals aim to reduce COVID transmission, people with disability who have support workers in their homes have largely been forgotten.