Author: Simon Duffy
This report was written for the government of South Australia. It pulls together a range of practical and theoretical innovations which seem relevant to leaders in South Australia - both in the disability community, civil society and government.
The report argues that South Australia does not need to define a fixed template or model to impose upon itself. Instead South Australians should collaborate with each other to innovate and develop a progressively intelligent and innovative system - drawing on the best of international practice.
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The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
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Simon Duffy gives an international perspective on the design of systems of individualised funding for people with disabilities.
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