ABC News reports that the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been delayed for a year in Western Australia, to allow a comparative trial of a State Government-run system to be extended:

“Western Australia has had two schemes running concurrently, the Commonwealth’s NDIS in the Perth Hills and the state’s My Way trial in the South West and Cockburn and Kwinana, in Perth’s south.

The My Way trials, now known as WA NDIS, were due to finish this July, and the system compared to the federal scheme before a full rollout occurred.

However that now will not be finalised until next July, a year behind the rest of the country.”

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