We’ve just launched the report ‘Information Sharing as Market Stewardship in the NDIS’ and are pleased to be able to share this critical research with you.

Prepared by Associate Professor Gemma Carey and Eleanor Malbon from the University of New South Wales Centre for Social Impact, it examines the distinct role information provision plays in the NDIS market. 

“This report demonstrates how independent information services are already playing essential market stewardship functions within the NDIS” 

As both state and federal governments grapple with ensuring the market can meet the needs of people with a disability, it is clear that independent information services must exist if people are to have choice and control, and the market is responsive. 

Our experience and expertise in providing information for people with disability and the broader community are also recognised, timely given that as of June 30 this year, there is no provision for our service to continue.

The loss of IDEAS as an organisation would leave a problematic and highly concerning gap in the system of market stewardship in the NDIS, leaving many NDIS participants with a lack of clarity of how the NDIS works and how to use it to meet their service needs. 

The report tells us what our customers have been telling us for years - we simply need good information to be able to make choices. 
 
IDEAS will be continuing the fight to make sure that people always have a friendly and experienced voice at the end of the line to make life easier. 
 
If you value information please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and tell us why it matters to you. 
 
No one should miss out. 

You can download a copy of the report below in PDF format. 

Information Stewardship as Market Stewardship in the NDIS

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IDEAS does information so you can do life.