Raising a concern or complaint is important - it can help NDIS providers and workers understand what is important to people with disability and improve the quality of their services, so a complaint can help other people too.
These posters feature people with disability, their friends and family, providers and support workers.
‘Make it known, make it better’ posters
People with disability have the right to safe and quality NDIS supports and services from the providers and workers they choose to support them.
These posters feature people with disability, their friends and family, providers and support workers. If you have a concern or complaint, please raise it. Because when you make it known, you make it better.
'Speak Up' posters
Janelle is an Assistant Principal in a Primary school and a running addict.
Pippa and Shea have been BFFLs (Best Friends For Life) since they were 4 and dance together in their hip hop crew Inkrewsive.
Ahmed is known as "Liquid Nails" and has represented Australia at multiple Paralympic games.
Frank’s whole world is his dogs, King Charles Cavaliers, Patch and Elvis who hang out on him or around his neck when he travels about.
Luke is a visual artist with incredible talent, and works at La Trobe University.
Chloe is living her dream through autism advocacy work, acting, and performing.
Carly is an Australian writer and speaker and released her first book ‘Say Hello’ in January 2019.
Matt represented Australia in Rugby at the 2016 Paralympics.
Callee is one of 10 - 20 girls in Australia who share the rare condition, Aicardi Syndrome. She uses AAC to help facilitate communication, as well as minimal spoken word, which she does with love, laughter and joy.
At only 19, Shainayer pushed through numerous experiences of bullying in her small Aboriginal community in NSW but that hasn’t kept her from pursuing a life that she wants.
Tiara loves literature, especially anything to do with the LGBTQ community. As a Non-Binary femme they’re passionate about the many different marginalised segments to which they belong.
Corey is a school student who is completing his education. He has an absolute passion for learning to fly and enjoys the indescribable feeling of being behind the controls of an aircraft.
Maya is a para athletics athlete and an active social and environmental justice supporter.
Ricky is legally blind and loves to play the Double Bass – especially anything Johnny Cash, Elvis, Rockabilly, and Country Blues/Jazz.
Travis has so much interest in Disney movies – his nickname is now “Disney”.