Sex therapy for disabled Australians to be funded by NDIS

Last week, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal ruled that sex therapy for disabled Australians would be included under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The National Disability Insurance Agency have said they plan to appeal this decision, but until then this stands as a step forward for the sexual health of disabled Australians.

To discuss this ruling, I’m joined by Matthew Yau, Professor of Healthcare Sciences at James Cook University.

You can find Professor Yau’s writing on the subject at The Conversation.

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