The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is exploring how it can build its capacity to support people with disability who experience family and domestic violence.
As part of their project, they are reaching out to key family and domestic violence stakeholders and organisations to gather feedback through a brief survey on how to improve current NDIA processes when family and domestic violence issues are raised.
They are keen to gather your input into this important project by answering the following questions:
- Does your organisation work with people with disability who face family and domestic violence? If yes, then in what capacity.
- In your opinion, what is the most pressing issue for people with disability who face family and domestic violence?
- In your opinion, how is a family and domestic violence incident different for a person with disability from a person without disability
- What gaps do you see in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support for NDIS participants who face family and domestic violence, and how can the NDIS best support those participants?
If you are willing to participate in this survey, they are seeking a response by COB Friday 12 February 2021.
If you have any further questions about the project, reach out to Community Engagement and Communications Branch, National Disability Insurance Agency. Email your survey responses or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org