Delivering equitable services to people living with a disability in rural and remote areas

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An issues and policy paper from the national peak body on developing responsive disability support services across rural and remote Australia.

Although written in the run up to the launch of the NDIS in 2013 the study report still highlights the challenges of developing inclusive disability support services in rural settings.

It may not have immediate or direct relevance to sector reform within the ACT but as the NDIS rolls out into rural areas of neighbouring NSW some Territory providers may be interested in what the study has to say about developing support in 'thin markets'.

Resource Information

  • Author: National Rural Health Alliance
  • Date: 2013
  • Target Audience: Any or all
  • Access to Item is free?: Yes
  • Type of Resource: Study/monograph