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Carers Australia supports the recommendations of the Productivity Commission in relation to respite.
NDIS participants who do not agree with the support provided for in their plans are able to have planners’ decisions reviewed.
This resource has been prepared for carers and NDIS participants who wish to have their respite care decisions reviewed.
Reports to Carers Australia and state and territory Carer Associations of difficulties finding residential respite care to support carers of the aged have been increasing.
Carers Australia has produced a document providing an overview of all those measures within the recent Federal Budget which may impact upon carers.
Our response to the new employment services model proposals.
Our response to the proposed reforms to the structure of the welfare system.
Key concerns about the proposed Budget changes highlighted in new Submission.
A discussion paper on supporting carers for in-home, end-of-life care.
Carers Australia analyses the current status and situation of young carers in tertiary education, and makes recommendations on how to improve recognition and support.
A report by Carers Australia providing a profile on CALD carers in Australia, with an overview of the services, programs, resources and relevant policies and strategies which affect them.
A summary of views expressed by participants of a roundtable focused on how the eligibility criteria for DisabilityCare Australia would affect people with psychosocial disability.
A report on a roundtable held to investigate some of the practical strategies that will make the NDIS work well in rural and remote areas.
Feedback from a roundtable focused on people from non-English speaking backgrounds (NESB) and/or culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD).
A summary of views expressed at the 'Disability at the Margins' Roundtable, which focused on people with a disability who may be 'at the margins' of DisabilityCare Australia.
A summary of the the views expressed by participants at the NDIS Roundtable held at Parliament House on 6th June 2013.
Our inaugural RAP, representing our ongoing commitment to reconciliation.