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NDIS stories

With good planning and goal setting, and with the help of his family and his support workers, Garth has already been able to achieve a lot but with the NDIS coming into their area, he is looking forward to the NDIS helping him achieve his goals of gaining more life skills and giving back to his community.

Garth’s story

Christine is the mother of 16-year old Imyjen, who has a rare muscle condition known as Schwartz-Jampel syndrome. She shares some of her experience with NDIS planning and advice for other families who are transitioning to the NDIS.

Christine & Imy’s story

Amanda from Geelong was diagnosed with MS in 1993. She always approached her diagnosis with a glass half full attitude. A couple of years ago though, she had a life changing fall. With somewhat perfect timing, she was due to leave hospital and the National Disability Insurance Scheme rolled out in her area otherwise she was looking at having to move into a nursing home. Working together with the NDIS provided easier access to her home and meant Amanda could continue living her life independently.

My story, my goals, my plan: Heather

Heather is the mother of two sons with disabilities. She says the National Disability Insurance Scheme is going to “level the playing field” for her boys.

My story, my goals: Kristy Trajcevski

Kristy has a Bachelor of Laws and thinks she could be the only person in Australia who wants to pay taxes! She talks about her goals and aspirations.

My story, my goals: Leigh Creighton

Leigh loves dancing, is a bit of a larrikin, and wants to get married and have kids. He talks about his goals and aspirations.

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