New Horizons has met with Federal Families and Social Services Minister Paul Fletcher, following fears it would close by mid-2020 under the NDIS.
New Horizons communications and partnership director Edwina Dick said the organisation was feeling "really positive" following the Wednesday meeting, with the minister committing to "research several different possibilities".
"We all acknowledge that the NDIS is an evolving system, but thank goodness the department is responding to feedback," she said.
"We've seen all the huge benefits of the NDIS, and the amazing effect that it's had on some of our members' lives - but it's such a huge new system, it's inevitable that there are teething issues."
The NDIS is a move from funding disability support through providers, to providing funding to individuals who can then choose the services they need. It's affected all disability services, including sporting groups for people with a disability, New Horizons.
Mr Fletcher said the meeting with New Horizons came to his attention due to lobbying from new Tasmanian senator Wendy Askew, who was formerly with disability support service St Giles.
"Senator Askew has worked very hard highlighting these issues," he said.
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