Disability Reform Council

Council of Australian Governments

Disability Reform Council

The Council of Australian Governments Disability Reform Council provides a forum for member Governments to discuss matters of mutual interest and progress key national reform in disability policy including the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

The Disability Reform Council oversees the trial and implementation of the NDIS and will make recommendations to COAG on the transition to NDIS full scheme. The Disability Reform Council will also ensure a broad range of reforms are implemented through the National Disability Agreement and the National Disability Strategy to support people with disability, their families and carers.

Disability Reform Council Members

The Disability Reform Council is chaired by the Commonwealth Minister responsible for disability and consists of Commonwealth, State and Territory Ministers within disability and treasury portfolios, as well as a representative from the Australian Local Government Association.

Membership

List of Reform Council Members

The Terms of Reference for the Reform Council

Reform Council Terms of Reference

Communiqués from Reform Council Meetings

Communiqué 18 December 2013

Communiqué 21 March 2014

Further information about the COAG Disability Care and Support Reform Agenda

COAG Disability Care and Support

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