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The NDIS has a parent problem. Changes could involve parents more in disability support and reduce stress

By Trevor Mazzucchelli, Associate professor, Curtin University
Bruce Tonge, Professor Child adolescent and developmental psychiatry, Monash University
Kirsten Baird-Bate, PhD Research Candidate, School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology
Sharon Dawe, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Griffith University
Parents are their child’s first and most important supports. Parents and carers of children with disability need help to maximise this relationship – and the NDIS should provide it.The Conversation

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