The ILC Framework will play an important role in facilitating referral and linkages to and from mainstream service systems for people with disability. While the COAG has agreed to the principles that govern the interaction between the NDIS and mainstream services, their application has generated areas of dispute and uncertainty. Developing effective interfaces between the NDIS and mainstream services is a work in progress. More clarity is required for interfaces with health, education, transport, child protection and mental health. Â If these interactions are poorly-managed, NDIS participants and support providers will be disadvantaged.Â Keeping state and territory governments engaged is critical, particularly in relation to the interface of mainstream services and the NDIS, and where there are risks associated with programs/initiatives being lost during the transition.
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