NDIS: What is it for?

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NDIS: What is it for?

Postby JosephGalvan » Wed May 09, 2018 12:03 am


What problem is the new NDIS the solution for? What does it do? People seem to be talking about it like it is well-deserved income supplementation.
Insurance means cover for "an event or outcome that happened". So, all the claimants will need to be assessed to see if they do have that outcome....you know, to qualify. Even back to birth injury? That is Millions of people.
How can such an assessment process even be paid for? It would need an organisation the size of Centrelink. Maybe they'll just expand Centrelink.
Or will it be on a claims-made basis henceforth, which means only NEW events or cases are included.
People are forgetting also that mental impairment is difficult to disprove. Basically, if you say you are nuts or stressed or depressed, you are IN.
Mental illness has a prevalence of at least 20% on its own. We actually rely on the mild sufferers soldiering on because they can, not saying: "Me too please!" and lying down.

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