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Connect with others
Able Futures has added a powerful social networking section that will allow users to connect and build social networks in their specific interest or community. Your privacy is paramount to Able Futures so your details will never be shared with any third party. It is simple to register and get started, just go to Connect -> Register, fill out the form and... Read More

National Police Checks & Self Serve Verification

National Police Checks & Self Serve Verification
Able futures is now registered to with CRIMTRAC to undertake National Police Checks. The process is simple and straight forward check out the details on our National Police Checks page for details. Able Futures also offers FREE self-service verification. All National Police Checks come with a pair of codes that enable employers, government agencies etc to verify that your National... Read More

What Does an Accommodation Arrangement Look Like?

What Does an Accommodation Arrangement Look Like?
What does an accommodation arrangement look like? In short, anything you want it to. People’s preferences vary enormously….some live in houses, units, villas, cabins, caravans, terraces, high rises, but let’s look at some different arrangements that might suit you. Public/Dept. of Housing – you may be on the list for public housing or you may be eligible for assistance... Read More

National Disability Insurance Scheme Progress Report released

National Disability Insurance Scheme Progress Report released
MEDIA RELEASE 1 July 2015 The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) today released its second annual Progress Report, providing an update on the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The release of the Report coincides with the second anniversary of the first trial sites of the NDIS and the opening of the NDIS shop front in Penrith, which... Read More

NDIS in the Blue Mountains

NDIS in the Blue Mountains
Media Release – 14 September 2015 14 September 2015 National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) staff have today started work on the ground in Katoomba and Windsor, following the early commencement of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury and Nepean region. The NDIA will temporarily co-locate with the Department of Human Services (DHS), with six staff... Read More

Perth Hills NDIS trial site in the national spotlight

Perth Hills NDIS trial site in the national spotlight
Media release – 17 March 2015 Since the National Disability Insurance Agency opened its trial site in the Perth hills in July 2014, over 600 people with disability have received individualised plans helping them to live more independently and engage with their community. Nationally, more than 11,000 people have plans as a part of the trial phase of the Scheme... Read More

NDIS draws on local expertise in remote APY Lands

NDIS draws on local expertise in remote APY Lands
Media release 15 January 2015 The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is breaking new ground in support of children with disability living in remote areas. National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) chief executive David Bowen said a report by the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women’s Council (NPYWC), released today, would assist Indigenous Australians in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. APY Lands... Read More

Response to Citizens’ Jury report into the National Disability Insurance Scheme

Response to Citizens’ Jury report into the National Disability Insurance Scheme
Media Release 19 May 2015 The National Disability Insurance Agency welcomes the release of the Citizen’s Jury Report, and thanks the jurors and witnesses for their commitment to improve the National Disability Insurance Scheme. The NDIA funded the Citizen’s Jury as a part of its commitment to listen to people with disabilities about their experience with the NDIS, so the... Read More
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