As part of the NDIS Evaluation we want to find out if the NDIS is making a difference to older people with disability. The main aim of the Older People Study is to understand what supports NDIS participants are getting compared to older people with disability who are not part of the NDIS.
We would like to speak with a small number of:
The interviews will last for about 60 minutes. They will be conducted at a time and place that are convenient to you.
If you are interested in taking part in the Older People Study please call us on 1800 265 648 or email us at email@example.com
Please click on the links below for more information about the study.
For NDIS participants:
For non-NDIS participants:
For provider organisations:
The Initial Report and Intermediate Report have been publically released and can be accessed at the following links:
The NDIS Survey and the NDIS Survey for Families and Carers is now underway. Registration packs are currently being sent out to potential participants.
The registration pack includes information about the survey and the ways that the survey can be completed. The survey is available in hardcopy booklet, online or can be done by telephone interview. Parts of the survey are also available in Easy English and these can be completed in hard copy form, online or by telephone too.
Both NDIS participants and people with disability who are not yet part of the NDIS; and their families and carers have been invited to take part in this important survey.
We are asking people in the NDIS about their experiences of disability supports and the impact that the NDIS is having on their lives. We also want to know about the experiences of people who are not in the NDIS now but may be in the future. This will help us build a picture about the introduction of the NDIS to make sure that it is implemented across Australia in the best way possible. Hearing what the people who are most affected have to say will help to guide the future development of the NDIS. Roy Morgan Research is undertaking the survey.
You can find out more about the NDIS Survey from the following links. Information is in Standard English and in Easy English.
We would like to hear from people with disability, and their families and carers about their experiences of disability supports and the impact that they are having on people’s lives. This will help us build a picture about the introduction of the NDIS to make sure that it is implemented across Australia in the best way possible. Hearing what the people who are most affected have to say will help to guide the future development of the NDIS.
The NDIS Survey and the NDIS Survey for Families and Carers will be carried out in the coming months. Opt-out letters have been sent to potential survey participants advising them of the upcoming survey.
Registration packs will be sent out to the people who have opted to take part in the survey.
The registration pack includes information about the survey and the ways that the survey can be completed. The survey will be available in hardcopy, online and by telephone interview. Parts of the survey are also available in Easy English and these can be completed in hard copy form, online or by telephone too.
The Department of Social Services (DSS) has released the Framework for the Evaluation of the Trial of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. The Council of Australian Governments Disability Reform Council approved the framework for the evaluation in December 2013.
Read more about the framework at NDIS Evaluation Framework.
Read the full text of the Evaluation Framework.
Invitation to register and take part in the NDIS Survey: The second round of registration to take part in the NDIS Survey and NDIS Survey for Families and Carers has started. NDIS participants who have received a letter of invitation and registration form can register by returning the form, completing an on-line registration or by telephone.
We are asking people to register for the survey so that they can choose how they would like to complete the survey and tell us how we can help to make participating in the survey possible.
Click on the links above to find out more about the survey.
Mail out of the NDIS Survey and NDIS Survey for Families and Carers started at the beginning of December 2014. Questionnaires have been sent out to people with disability and families and carers.
The first round of registration to take part in the NDIS Survey commenced in September.
Survey participants were invited to register and choose between paper, online or telephone interview versions of the survey. The questionnaire is available in Standard and Easy English versions.
Have you received a survey? We need you to tell us how you see the sector changing..
The evaluation of the trial of the NDIS includes several surveys of the disability sector. We are surveying a sample of disability support organisations and their workers, along with a sample of self-employed providers both inside and outside of the current NDIS trial locations.
We are interested in understanding how disability services may be changing throughout Australia. You can take part even if your organisation does not have NDIS clients.
We encourage all providers and their workers (if applicable) to participate. The surveys will inform us about changes that are happening in your sector, and will help to shape the future of the NDIS. Participation is voluntary and your information remains confidential.
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Questions about the surveys can be directed to our toll-free helpline on 1800 559 104 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The evaluation will investigate the impacts of this developing scheme for delivering support to people with disability and their families and carers. It will also investigate the provision of specialist disability support from the point of view of employers and their workforces and examine the role of key stakeholders and organisations, including the NDIA.
The delivery of the NDIS in rural and remote communities such as those in the Barkly Region is likely to differ from its metropolitan counterparts. The NT evaluation will aim to provide findings about specific issues regarding the operation of the scheme in rural and remote communities with a particular focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of all ages, living with disability in a range of communities.
Read more about the NT Evaluation in the Barkly region .
Professor Kostas Mavromaras gave a presentation at the Financial Sustainability for the NDIS Conference, Sydney, 30-31 May 2017.
Download the presentation by clicking on this link: Presentation to Financial Sustainability for the NDIS Conference
Professor Kostas Mavromaras gave a presentation at the 8th Annual National Disability Summit, Melbourne, 8-9 May 2017.
Professor Kostas Mavromaras and Dr Stéphane Mahuteau gave a presentation at the DSS Longitudinal Data Conference 2016, Canberra, 27 October 2016.
Download the presentation by clicking on this link: Presentation to DSS Longitudinal Data Conference
Dr Angela Crettenden gave a presentation at the Quarterly Disability Forum, Canberra, 10 December.
Download the presentation by clicking on this link: Presentation to Quarterly Disability Forum
Professor Kostas Mavromaras gave a presentation on the NDIS Evaluation at “The NDIS One Year On” National Conference Deakin University, Geelong, 11-12 August 2014.
Download the NDIS Evaluation presentation by clicking on this link:The NDIS Evaluation One Year On