The Brit who predicted the NDIS disaster a decade ago

By convenor | Mon, 5/2/2024 - 13:09

Tom Burton

Dr Simon Duffy warned a decade ago that the design of the national disability insurance scheme created perverse incentives, leaving it flawed from day one.

The British social policy reformer who warned a decade ago that the design of Australia’s national disability insurance scheme was flawed from the start and would be expensive and unsustainable said his worst fears have come true.

NDIS Commissioner Tracy Mackey said she might have to resign over mistakenly misleading Four Corners, court documents allege

By bobb | Mon, 11/12/2023 - 16:29

Anne Connolly

The head of the government watchdog for the NDIS, Tracy Mackey, swore and said she might have to resign after she discovered she had mistakenly told the ABC the regulator had shut down a program where children with disabilities were abused, court documents allege.