Author and advocate Carly Findlay has been awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia for her service to people with a disability.
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A review of the NDIS recommends legislating for a maximum eight week time frame for plans to be put in place.
Disability services need to be proactive in helping the families of children with an intellectual disability plan for the day when their parents are no longer there, a researcher says.
A community initiative is helping families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to better understand the national disability system.
Digital technology is increasingly helping home care providers improve efficiencies in their mobile workforces.
Registration for operators who are seeking to become NDIS providers will be streamlined from next year.
The government says Medium Term Accommodation will now be available under the NDIS as it moves to keep young people out of aged care.
A report has painted a grim picture of the life of a disability care worker under the NDIS and questions whether the scheme will be able to achieve the historic social reform it promises.
The government has announced 10,000 additional home care packages and new targets to get people with disability out of aged care facilities.
A change in attitude towards older people is needed to improve care quality, not just additional resources, the aged care minister tells an industry conference.
The NDIS minister has compared the disability insurance scheme to a half-built plane taking off before it is finished.
New standards for special disability accommodation will become mandatory by 2021.
LASA is looking at the interface between NDIS Services and the aged care sector.
An Australian-built plan management tool promises to reduce the administrative burden on NDIS plan managers.