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To The POint: A Purple Orange webinar series about the NDIS

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Please note that registrations for all webinars have now closed.

With the NDIS Review underway, we are publishing a series of papers to help stimulate conversations about the future of the Scheme. Each fortnight, we will tackle a different topic of reform that we think is critical to the work of the NDIS Review. The week after we publish each paper, we'll be hosting a webinar in our series, To The POint.

We strongly believe that the NDIS is an essential component of ensuring that Australians living with disability get a fair go at what life has to offer, but it must be strengthened and sustained. We are committed to playing a constructive role in developing ideas for reform that ensure the Scheme delivers on its original promise.

We invite you to join the conversation, by registering for one or more of the webinars below.

Paper and webinar topics and dates

Final webinar #15 held from 1.00pm - 2.00pm, Adelaide time (ACDT/ACST). Dates and times are subject to change.

You are able to register for one or more webinars by selecting 'Get Tickets' and choosing the relevant event date/s. Registrations for each webinar close at 10am ACDT/ACST on the day of the webinar. A Microsoft Teams link will be sent to the email you used to register, two hours before the webinar commencing.

To read papers as they are released and the keep up-to-date with paper and webinar topics, you can:

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Please note that this these sessions will be recorded for internal purposes only. By registering and attending, you consent to JFA Purple Orange recording the webinar and using your contributions to inform future work. When you register to attend, you will be asked to acknowledge that you understand this privacy notice. 

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