News June 29, 2020 Disability in the Bush – A free app that connects Aboriginal Australians with information about the NDIS A free app that connects Aboriginal Australians with information about the NDIS. Learn how the NDIS can help you live a good life. Disability in the Bush is a new web-based app developed by Ninti One and Interplay that uses plain language and culturally relevant information about the NDIS to empower people in remote Indigenous communities to live a good life. The app is designed for people with disability, their family and carers and NDIS service providers. It is available in English, Arrernte and Pitjantjatjara with three Top End languages to come later this year. https://disabilityinthebush.com Top 5 features: Culturally familiar language and concepts Uses knowledge translation principles to connect people with NDIS Available in English, Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara language (audio) Video stories connect experiences Designed for mobile and other devices Read this ABC report about Disability in the Bush Stories from the community Disability in the Bush features 20 video stories of people living with disability in remote communities, including Yirrkala, Groote Eylandt, Tiwi Islands, Mutitjulu and Ntaria. Designed by, and for, Aboriginal people Aboriginal people led the development of the app from the research stage, cultural translations, right through to the look and feel. Disability in the Bush was created by Ninti One and Interplay, and funded by the National Disability Insurance Agency.