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A woman with multiple sclerosis will receive funding for a sex therapist under her NDIS plan. For the first time, a person with a disability has won the right to have a sex therapist paid for under the National Disability Insurance Scheme NDIS , but advocates say the ruling does not go far enough.
The applicant, who lives with multiple sclerosis, applied for sex therapy for "sexual release" to be covered in her NDIS plan, but was refused. The judgement said the "only help she can usefully have to reach sexual release, to the extent to which she can, is by means of the qualified and trained sexual therapist whose services she seeks".
The NDIS was the respondent in the appeal case. It claimed the applicant was seeking funding for a "paid friend" and that was not the kind of "reasonable and necessary support" the NDIS was supposed to pay for according to the act. But the tribunal found otherwise, stating "the act tends to support the view that the support claimed in this case is a reasonable and necessary support".
The judgement said "the financial sustainability of the scheme is not threatened by funding the support which she seeks". People With Disability Australia chief Matthew Bowden said the decision set a precedent about "a very ordinary thing". This is something as a person she has a right to this within her life. Mr Bowden said cases like this highlighted the importance of the sex lives of people with a disability. Jenni and David Heckendorf have been married since They have cerebral palsy and started using sex workers about 10 years ago.
They said physical intimacy was very important to their relationship, but they were not able to be mobile in the bedroom. Before the NDIS, they were using a small percentage of their care payment to fund their sex worker, but when the new scheme came in, that changed. Many people with disabilities are forced to seek the services of sex workers as an outlet for sexual desires and there have been arguments for the cost to be covered under the NDIS.