If you are among the thousands of people who have been waiting for the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to review your plan, you will be heartened by its response to a recent report by the Commonwealth Ombudsman.

Solving problems, recognising how much their parents do for them, increasing cooking skills and resolving to get out of bed on time are some of the outcomes for seven young adults who attended the Survivor 18+ camp.

During his 2018 Budget speech the Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, promised that “every dollar and every cent committed to delivering the National Disability Insurance Scheme remains in place and always will.”

Cerebral Palsy Alliance CEO, Rob White, is among leaders within the disability sector who are urging the Federal Government to provide clarity on how funding for the NDIS will be secured into the future.

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is taking steps towards refining certain aspects of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) following a report on NDIS costs.

From Ninja-themed activities to fitness intensives, camping out overnight and fun sports days, Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) will ensure your child will have the best April school holidays ever.