I have an acquired brain injury, not an intellectual disability.

Just recently I was interested in making an NDIS application and I wished to have someone to advise me on how to best fill out the paperwork so I asked a disability self-advocate and he recommended Sue Dymond, a lady not heavily involved in ABI self-advocacy I don't think.
Nevertheless I took up his recommendation and I'm so glad I did. My application was successful; I scanned and emailed a copy of my completed application form and Sue suggested appropriate alterations and the correct lingo to use.
Unlike a leading intellectual disability organisation, iDareU and Sue Dymond in particular adhere to the mission statement and cater for ALL disabled people.

Peta Ferguson - November 2018

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