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We support people with intellectual disability to live, learn, work and flourish
according to their own interests and priorities.
The team at Endeavour Foundation wanted to assure you that an organisation known as Endeavour Industries Limited (also trading as EGA) that have recently appointed administrators is not in any way related to Endeavour Foundation.
Endeavour Industries Limited (EGA) is based in the Hunter Valley, NSW and has no affiliation whatsoever with Endeavour Foundation. Our operations are not at all affected and all Endeavour Foundation customers will continue to receive their services as normal and without interruption.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme puts you at the centre of the decision making process about how you want to live your life, your choice of supports and who you would like to deliver your supports.
Previously each state and territory has managed disability support themselves, and the system was underfunded, unfair, fragmented, inefficient and gave people with disability little choice.
The government has set up an agency – the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) – to implement the NDIS, provide a single pool of funding, and run the planning process.