The laws and rules guiding the NDIS open to community feedback
Taxpayers should not be paying for NDIS clients to see sex workers
'You work with their strengths... slowly build their confidence'
Woman wins the right for a taxpayer-funded sexual therapist
'We usually need to take his wheelchair with us...'
A wheelchair-bound man was told he “wasn’t disabled enough”.
Service allows kids with a disability to have a "typical sleepover"
People with disabilities stuck in mental health beds for 260 days
Family allegedly stole $1 million from disabled Australians
Parents of disabled son fear losing access to respite under NDIS
Police claim there was a brazen scam to exploit disabled people
'It’s a national problem with how the NDIS is being delivered'
Family unable to fund NDIS-approved van for wheelchair-bound son
Shadow social services minister calls NDIS underspend 'cynical'
BUSHKids launch NDIS Early Childhood Intervention service in Gympie.
Clients say they will miss out on care in wake of transport cuts.
She realised she would not have been the only one facing issues.
Lack of care in the health system won't mean you get the NDIS
Cheryl Warner is concerned about the safety of her disabled son.
Why we shouldn't put people in boxes and how nature helps healing