Expert speakers involved in the NDIS explain the sustainability principles which underpin the scheme in five short films and one longer audio podcast
An interview with an actuary and a manager of the NDIS who explain the factors that makes the insurance scheme sustainable in the long run.
Action orientated report with examples of where councils and other organisations are taking practical steps to shift in the direction of an asset-based area.
How constructive risk taking, respectful relationships and a sense of reciprocity characterised a positive response to the Covid-19 pandemic
TLAP's response builds on our earlier response to NHS England’s consultation on Next Steps to Building Strong and Effective Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) across England.
Our views are largely confined to those aspects which relate most to our interest in personalised and community-based forms of support.
NHS White Paper TLAP response
An in depth look at how the scheme works from the perspective of a person with lived experience of disability, strategic advisors and executives from the NDIS scheme.
Key architects behind Australia's ground breaking National Disability Insurance Scheme will explain how it was designed and created with a focus on the context, evidence and a major campaign.
Australia is running a ground-breaking social care scheme to support people with disabilities. As of 2020 there are 400,000 people with a disability who benefit. By 2021 it will have accounted for 20 per cent of the new jobs created in Australia.