Author: Simon Duffy
Australia is on the verge of one of the most important international initiatives in promoting the rights of people with disabilities. There is much to gain, but also much to lose.
This report explains why the initial design thinking behind NDIS is deeply flawed. It suggests that there is time for the designers and political leaders to rethink and create a more creative, sustainable and empowering approach.
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The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.
Designing NDIS © Simon Duffy 2013.
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A summary of concerns about the design of Australia's important National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Dell Stagg describes how she rescued her daughter from an institutional service and the need to respect families in the development of Australian funding system.
This paper by Robbi Williams and Simon Duffy explores the English experience as a valuable source of information for the design of the NDIS in Australia.
Simon Duffy describes international best practice in self-directed support and personal budgets.
This talk was given to some of those leading the design of Australia's NDIS and setting out international and English experience of achievements and pitfalls.
The meaning of self-directed support, a full set of slides for South Australia and NDIS.