Consultation to improve NDIS

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If you’re an NDIS participant, provider, or belong to a peak body representing them, give us your views via the Engage website.

Respond to the discussion paper or take the survey by 30 August and help shape the Government’s approach to addressing supply gaps in the NDIS.

These supply gaps, also known as 'thin markets', exist across different parts of Australia, from highly urbanised centres to the most remote regions.

These markets can present challenges, including higher costs linked to the greater distances and travel time in delivering services to remote locations, and difficulties in recruiting and retaining suitable workforces. For example, culturally appropriate workforces for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

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