NDIS ACCESS STORIES

  • Kirby Littley

    Kirby was able to move out of a nursing home with NDIS funding for equipment and health support.

  • Masoud Abdolahpouri

    The story of the strong bond between brothers. Edris' main goal for his brother, Masoud, is for him to move out of aged care.

  • Michele Day

    Michele is living in a nursing home and with support she is hoping the NDIS will cover her aged care fees, which means being able to keep her home.

  • Daniel Black

    It hasn't been all smooth sailing, but connecting with the NDIS has had a big impact on Daniel's life.

  • Vanda Fear

    Vanda Fear refused to let her son Paul go into a nursing home. She had to fight for the health services that Paul needed.

  • Danny Blake

    Danny has MS, he recently suffered an infection which resulted in a hospital stay, he was unable to return home.

  • Faith and Leonard Lewis

    Told from a husband and teenage daughter’s perspective, this story highlights the need to actively drive the NDIS process.

  • Carol and Kevin Littley

    Carol and Kevin describe their journey with the NDIS as they advocate for their daughter Kirby.

  • Gordon Irvine

    With support from family and advocates, Gordon was able to move out of residential aged care.

  • Shane and Janelle Curry

    This story addresses the value and need of resuming family roles and identity following acquired brain injury and how the NDIS can assist.

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BUILDING BETTER LIVES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN NURSING HOMES