Part B - Improving outcomes for people with disability
This section asks about what you think is most important to measure to show progress in achieving outcomes for people with disability under the new National Disability Strategy and the NDIS.
All questions are optional.
Outcome areas (also called Domains)
Based on feedback from stage one consultations on the new National Disability Strategy, it is proposed that the existing outcome areas are retained as part of the new Strategy and the Strategy and NDIS Outcomes Frameworks. These are:
- Inclusive and accessible communities
- Economic security
- Health and wellbeing.
- Rights protection, justice and legislation
- Learning and skills
- Personal and community support
Monitoring and reporting progress against the Strategy and the NDIS is vital to ensure that life is improving for Australians with disability. It is important that we develop comprehensive and appropriate performance indicators and measures that reflect areas that really matter in achieving outcomes under the six outcome areas for people with disability.
The following questions ask you to tell us what you think is most important to measure progress in improving life for people with disability under each of the outcome areas of the National Disability Strategy and NDIS Outcomes Frameworks.