Fears those with severe mental health issues are falling through NDIS cracks

The latest figures show just 6.4% of NDIS participants¬†have a primary psychosocial disability, less than half the number expected. Fears those with severe mental health issues are falling through NDIS cracks About 81.4% of those who requested NDIS support for psychosocial disability were accepted, compared with more than 97% for people with cerebral palsy, autism Read more about Fears those with severe mental health issues are falling through NDIS cracks[…]

New NDIS Participant Pathway

The NDIA are piloting a new customised pathway to support individuals to transition into the scheme, along with a specialised pathway for psychosocial Disability. These are welcome enhancements to the participant experience, however in the meantime participants are absolutely within their rights to ask for a face to face meeting for their first NDIS Plan, Read more about New NDIS Participant Pathway[…]