The sign outside entrance to the NDIS headquarters in central Geelong. The building is at 13 - 19 Malop Street

The NDIS has released reform papers and is seeking people's input on assessments, planning and more.

‘Respectful Listening’ depicts the story of The Disability Royal Commission, translated into a traditional style of art and symbols used by many of Australia’s First peoples to share information and stories for thousands of years. This story is made up of seven people who are Elders and or respected members of their own communities. These seven people, the Commissioners, come from different community groups including Australia’s First People, people living with disability and the LGBTIQ+ community.

The experiences of First Nations people with disability and their families in contact with child protection systems are the latest focus of the Disability Royal Commission hearings.

Hon Gaetano Pagone QC  and Lynelle Briggs AO at the Bench of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is holding its final hearing to hear submissions from Counsel Assisting on 22 and 23 October 2020.

children, teacher and assistance dog sitting on the floor in a library reading a book as a group

The Disability Royal Commission is exploring barriers to education for students with disability in a public hearing.

An image of Helen Burt sitting

This Australian Government has announced new funding and a strategy for reducing the number of younger people living in residential aged care.

Image of Diana Palmer gazing into the distance

Information matters to all people with disability, and those who love and care for them all the time. It helps people to get what they want and need to live and thrive ….to build lives of contribution and feel valued. We believe every person can lead a meaningful life and have worked more than thirty-five years to help this happen.