About the Survey

Who is Down Syndrome Australia?
Down Syndrome Australia (DSA) is the national advocacy body for Down syndrome in Australia and represents the views of the eight state and territory Down syndrome organisations.  The state and territory organisations provide local support, information and resources for people with Down syndrome and their families.

Why are we doing the survey?
We have heard that some people with Down syndrome are having good experiences with the NDIS, but that others are having problems.
We want to hear about both. The good things, so that we and other people can see the possibilities that the NDIS can bring. The problems, so we can target our NDIS advocacy at getting these issues fixed.

Your feedback will also help us gather information to develop resources for people with Down syndrome and their families entering and using the NDIS.

Who can complete the survey?
People with Down syndrome and their families.

Let us know if you would like an Easy Read copy of the survey.

How long with the survey take?

The survey will take between 20-30 minutes to complete.

When does the survey close?

10 July 2018

What do I need to complete the survey?
It may be helpful to have a copy of your NDIS plan handy to assist in responding to some of the questions.
What about privacy?
You can choose if you want to give us your contact details. We will keep all of your information and feedback private. 

Thank you for your time and interest.

For more information on Down syndrome Australia please visit downsyndrome.org.au

For more information on the State and Territory Down Syndrome organisations you can call 1300 881 935.