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Welcome to advokit-NDIS

This website has been developed by Disability Advocacy Network Australia Limited (DANA) to support advocacy for people with disabilities in connection with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

DANA is committed to the vision of an Australia that includes and values people with disabilities and respects human rights for all. Thoughtful use of NDIS funded services and supports can make a strong contribution to achieving this vision.

Whether you are a person with a disability, a family member or an independent disability advocacy agency, we aim to inform you about the rights and entitlements of people with disabilities under the NDIS and about how to engage with DisabilityCare Australia to achieve supports that suit the wishes and circumstances of a person with disability.

You can browse the site for general information or use the main navigation menu and search function to find information about specific issues.

There are also options below to ask a question, provide feedback or submit a case study for inclusion on this site.


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  • Researchers based at Flinders University are evaluating the NDIS and want to engage with participants, their family, supporters and carers, to evaluate (and ultimately improve) the scheme's performance.
The 5th National Disability Advocacy Conference last October featured a number of interesting presentations on the NDIS. Many slides and transcripts can be found on the Conference page.

Case Study – Sally

Frustrated by Her Living Arrangements – Sally’s story Sally is 24 years old and living in a group home run by a non-government organisation.  Sally uses a wheelchair and  requires assistance with everyday tasks such as getting in and out of bed, domestic chores, grocery shopping and personal care. The…

Case Study – Paul

Being A Teenager Can Be Hard At The Best Of Times – Paul’s Story Being a teenager can be hard at the best of times but for 16 year old Paul, life provides him with more challenges. Paul experiences extreme mood swings. He also has difficulty learning, communicating and interacting…

Case Study – Michael

Wanting more independence Michael has physical and communication challenges which he does not currently receive tailored support for. Without the appropriate support services, Michael feels frustrated as he cannot live the life he dreams of. At 28 years old, he is still living at home with his mother and father…