The Work of the IAC 2013-17

At a glance


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1. An ordinary life in sustainable NDIS

  • R&N support for an ordinary life (2.1) 
  • R&N support for families (2.2)
  • The planning process (2.3)

2. A responsive NDIS fit for purpose

  • Members’ reports on the ground
  • Roving visits  
  • Feedback on Service Delivery Operating Model
  • Input and feedback to discussions on      
    •  Participant pathway      
    • Information Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC)
    • Outcomes framework

3. Self-determination

  • Choice and control (3.1)
  • Self-direction & self-management (3.2)
  • Productivity Commission Submission into the NDIS costs (3.3)
  • Self-management; value, risks & strategies for growth (3.4)
  • Evidence of improper payments (3.5)
  • What should the NDIA understand about Intellectual Disability? (3.6)
  • Support for decision-making (3.7)

4. Capacity building

  • Capacity building for participants(4.1)
  • Capacity building for staff (4.2)
  • Activating capacity building (4.3)


5. Independence

  • Promoting independence (5.1)
  • NDIS supports for independence (5.2)

6. Social & economic participation & inclusion

  • Genuine community engagement (6.1)
  • Innovation in housing and support (6.2)
  • Barriers to housing and support (6.3)
  • Submission to Senate Community Affairs Committee into delivery of outcomes under the NDIS (6.4)

7. Reducing vulnerability & enabling positive risk

  • Enhancing personal safeguards (7.1)
  • Building capacity and reducing vulnerability (7.2)
  • Q&S for people in closed systems (7.3)

8. Equity

  • Mental Health and the NDIS: A Literature Review (8.1)
  • Implementing the NDIS for people with disabilities related to mental health (8.2)
  • Improving access for people in Psychiatric Hostels, Supported Residential Services and Boarding Houses (8.3)
  • Guidance on the application and promotion of peer work in the NDIS (8.4)
  • Peer workers in the NDIS (8.5)
  • Submission to the Joint Standing Committee (8.6)
  • Equitable access for people on the margins (8.8)
  • Equitable access for people in touch with criminal justice (8.9)
  • People who are deaf and hard of hearing (8.10)