The ABC is inviting submission from those involved with or affected by the NDIS, as part of an ABC News investigation. This includes participants, their family and friend, guardians, advocates, the medical and legal professions, supporters, service providers and funders, or anyone else with a NDIS story to tell.

It’s 10 years since the scheme was launched and now is the opportunity to reflect on where and why things are going wrong with the NDIS, who is responsible and what can be done about it.

Leading this project are Anne Connolly, from the ABC Investigations team and Nas Campanella, who has reported extensively on the Disability Royal Commission for over five years.

To share your story, visit and fill out the form. If filling out the form is not accessible, other options are email or call 02 8333 5723 and leave a voice message on the dedicated ABC NDIS Investigation line. (This line is being monitored but calls will not be answered by the team).

To get an Easy Read version of the form (co-designed with VALiD), Phone 02 8333 5723 or email with your contact details and it will be sent out.

For those requiring a more secure method of communication, review the options for getting in touch on the ABC Investigations ‘confidential tips’ page.