'A bit scared': mooted NDIS reforms a source of angst in Tasmania

Rob Inglis
Updated March 12 2021 - 4:46pm, first published 2:30pm
Jane Wardlaw, a Launceston-based disability advocate and consultant, has hit out at the Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, who she says is pursuing reforms to the NDIS that amount to nothing more than a 'cost-saving exercise'.
Jane Wardlaw, a Launceston-based disability advocate and consultant, has hit out at the Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, who she says is pursuing reforms to the NDIS that amount to nothing more than a 'cost-saving exercise'.

A Tasmanian disability advocate admits she is scared by proposed reforms to the National Disability Insurance Scheme, labelling them a "cost-saving exercise".

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Rob Inglis

Rob Inglis

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Rob Inglis is a reporter with The Examiner, covering state and federal politics. He is based in Hobart.

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