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In mid-2013, the Australian federal government introduced the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), a ground-breaking reform of disability support services, encapsulated by the mantra of increasing "choice and control". The scheme provides eligible persons with disabilities a legislated entitlement to supports they may require to increase their independence and social and economic participation. The NDIS has been hailed as a major step forward in Australia's efforts to realize the humandoi:10.3390/laws8020008 fatcat:k5jgeevmlrbyhep7ymfqhesbl4