Sacha O'Dea, Programme Lead System Transformation, explains about the work streams which have been set up for the detailed design, and how you can be involved.
Work streams - Detailed design
Work is now under way on the detailed design for the transformed disability support system.
The work streams have been set up and we would like your involvement.
Minister's media release
Disability Issues and Associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner says a hard-working and talented group has produced a high-level design for the transformed disability support system.
Frequently asked questions
What will system transformation mean for disabled people? The answer to this and other questions can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions.
Cabinet paper summary June 2017
The new disability support system will feature an information hub, capability funding for disabled people, support to expand networks and a new funding model.
June 13 workshop
Disabled people felt able to contribute in an equal way to the co-design process and there was a clear vision for moving forward, participants commented at the final workshop
June 7 workshop
The high-level design of the disability support system has been finalised and Minister Nicky Wagner came to meet some members of the co-design group.
May 30/31 workshop
The co-design group tested, reviewed and refined the high level design of the new disability support system, and found there is more work to do on some fundamental building blocks.
May 16/17 workshop
Mapping the ideal experience for disabled people and their families/whānau was a focus of the latest workshop to design a transformed disability support system. The group looked at what was needed to deliver that experience.
May 11 workshop
The group tasked with designing a new disability support system identified key challenges which included, but were not limited to, funding, control and choice. Lessons from a review of evidence were also discussed at the fourth workshop.