NDIS price increases welcome

01 April 2019

Monday 1 April, 2019

Alliance20, a collective of Australia’s largest disability service providers, which includes Endeavour Foundation, has welcomed the announcement of NDIS price increases by the Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher.

Alliance20 sees the increases in the price of therapy and one-to-one personal supports under the NDIS as one of several urgent measures required to strengthen the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)…

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