Easy Read coronavirus information from the NDIA
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Easy Read coronavirus information from the NDIA

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Title: Easy Read coronavirus information from the NDIA (Links to English resource)
Summary: Easy Read information about the NDIA’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) including changes to service delivery, plans reviews and remote communities and large establishments visits . The number of face-to-face meetings with NDIS participants is being reduced in line with the Australian Government’s advice in the coronavirus (COVID-19) national health response plan. Participants, families and carers can request alternatives to face-to-face meetings, if participants are concerned about their exposure to respiratory illness.
Organisation: National Disability Insurance Agency
Publishing date: March 2020
Last reviewed: August 2020
Target audience: General

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