The Hon. I. PNEVMATIKOS (15:12): Supplementary: minister Knoll recently announced an extension to the South Australian transport subsidy scheme by six months for taxi voucher participants still awaiting the NDIS plan. Isn't that an admission that South Australians will not have an NDIS plan by 30 June, that we are not on track?

The Hon. J.M.A. LENSINK (Minister for Human Services) (15:12): No, that is a separate issue. The issue for the NDIS participants who are concerned about SATSS is that the figure for people's transport they are receiving in their scheme is not as generous as they are receiving under SATSS. Our position is that we are keen for the NDIA to lift the support it is providing for people in its plans. It is a national problem. It is something that has been raised by many jurisdictions on many occasions. This is a decision that the NDIA will be making; I suspect that may have been delayed because the commonwealth government is in caretaker mode at the moment, but it is something on which we continue to work towards a resolution.