The NDIA measures the outcomes of participants and their families and carers to understand how the NDIS is making a difference and where it needs to improve. The Outcomes Framework is one way we do this.
What is the Outcomes Framework?
The NDIS Outcomes Framework is a series of surveys that we use to collect information from participants and their families and carers about how they are doing in different areas of their lives.
The surveys ask participants about how their lives are going in areas like daily living, choice and control, health and wellbeing, relationships, community participation, work and learning. Families and carers of participants are asked about their lives while supporting someone in the NDIS.
We use these surveys to produce the latest participant and family and carer outcomes reports and national and regional outcomes dashboards (datasets) each year. Previous family and carer outcomes reports are available below.