In this episode Dave (@withsobersenses) chats with Vanamali Hermans (@VChristabel) about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Whilst billed as ‘the most significant economic and social reform since the introduction of Medicare in the 1970s’ Vanamali shows how the NDIS often means the reduction in services for those with disabilities and bureaucratic hellishness. We discuss why this is so, the compounding issue of inequality in regional health delivery and the struggles and strategies both developing and possible. This is the first of possibly a few episodes on the NDIS.
Due to incurable idiocy Dave’s levels are still too low. (Sorry)
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Articles mentioned incomed:
- Behind Closed Doors
- Our Healthcare System is Failing Us
- Market-Models Like the NDIS Are Failing People With Disabilities
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