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Meg Clement-Couzner
NDIS Senior Policy Officer . Tweeting & retweeting about & .
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Meg Clement-Couzner Sep 16
Let me dig into my bag of tricks...
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Meg Clement-Couzner Sep 16
Repping at the NDIA + strategy workshop today with Making the inclusive of gender and sexual diversity!
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El Gibbs Sep 8
"The ban on plastic straws has a significant impact for a small group of people with disabilities, in particular people who have difficulties swallowing and people with mobility or hand movements"
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Tony Jones Sep 4
Attending Budget Estimates session on Services at NSW Parliament ⁦
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Meg Clement-Couzner Sep 4
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Meg Clement-Couzner Sep 3
When there are no words left... How could any employee of the scheme for people with disability think this was acceptable?
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Bonnie Millen Sep 2
I am super proud of the staff (shout out to !) at for facilitating this project. It is self-advocacy and leadership from both mentors and peers at it's best!
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 26
Looking forward to making the the best it can be with new Minister for Disability Services
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 13
Replying to @DaleReardon
A really good question that I'll try to find an answer on when I have a spare half hour. I've wondered this too.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
Replying to @MegPWDA
29% of respondents 25+ said that they had the opportunity to participate in a self-advocacy group.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
Replying to @MegPWDA
Around half of parents supporting a son or daughter to access the scheme said participating in the NDIS has improved their ability to advocate for that person.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
Replying to @MegPWDA
34 % of people 15-24 said the has helped their health and wellbeing.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
Replying to @MegPWDA
Apologies, that's 71% - 72% is NSW.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
Replying to @MegPWDA
A few numbers from the quarterly report to follow, mostly things buried in the appendices. To start: 72% of participants (I assume this includes nominees, but will double check) know what is in their plan. To me this seems low.
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
Replying to @MegPWDA
For anyone looking for the appendices to the summary of the NDIS quarterly report, they're in a separate document:
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Darren O'Donovan Aug 12
Replying to @DarrenODonovan
I know spotting reformatted tables in an appendix is extreme nerdness, but this shrinks our knowledge of appeal outcomes. Outcomes of internal reviews with NDIA aren't published, AAT settlements aren't published. All we get now is the outcome of full hearing AATs?
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Darren O'Donovan Aug 12
Of 25 AAT matters that have gone to hearing, 44% have been varied or set aside. Of 485 closed cases, 460 have been settled before a hearing. NDIA has changed its table format- we no longer get the outcome of concilation. They gave us the headline figure in Q3 (2nd image)
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 12
NDIS quarterly report is up, folks:
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Meg Clement-Couzner Aug 7
Informative thread.
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Aug 7
met with to talk about the ALP plan to lift the staffing cap for the who deliver the - "It's just bad policy to have a staffing cap on the Agency that is responsible for delivering a once in a generation reform"
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