The NDIS says it has zero tolerance for fraudulent disability providers, but a former investigator tells Inq that fraudulent claims are all too common. Jay White in front of
The NDIA spends up big on external law firms, creating a massive power imbalance. Only 20% of people with disabilities have legal representation. Larry Laikind and the
The federal government has turned disability housing into an investment honey pot for all comers. But who really benefits? (Image: Adobe/Private Media) This is part two in a series.
The lucrative, government-fuelled world of specialised disability accommodation is becoming a new gold rush — and has advisers watching for conflicts of interest. Michael Keenan (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) Former
Anndrea Wheatley turned to the police and NDIS watchdog to find out what happened after her disabled son was injured — only to find each organisation more toothless than the