One Asset, many potential uses

The NDDA is aiming to give a more complete picture of the life experiences of people with disability – to see, hear and understand people with disability as a diverse community with specific needs and goals.

How the NDDA is planned to work

Linking datasets together

Improving data quality and comparability 


Creating a wide range of new insights through analysing the data in the NDDA

Making insights from the data accessible to audiences while protecting privacy

Placing a very high importance on safeguarding data and protecting privacy throughout the process

News and Project Updates

National Disability Data Asset Partners

National Disability Data Asset Partners

The Department of Social Services, in partnership with the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Australian Institute of Health and Welfare are leading this phase of the National Disability Data Asset.

The National Disability Data Asset will be co-designed and co-governed with state and territory governments, and the disability sector.

Disability Advisory Council

The National Disability Data Asset Pilot was informed by the Disability Advisory Council. The Council engaged with the disability community about the National Disability Data Asset and provided guidance to the project.

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