The Sydney Queer and Disability Community Group
Voices Together is an online resource for self advocacy groups, the government and community to connect, work together and share information and knowledge.
The NDIA has released the ‘Strengthening ILC: A national strategy towards 2022 (the strategy)’, which outlines four programs that will be progressively implemented from July 2019.
The NDIA has released three new participant booklets available on the NDIS website.
This is is final report for Team Up's evaluation of the Peers Creating Change project.
Brisbane Hot Topics Local Support Group met recently to begin an exciting new digital story project to learn how to make a digital story. We are planning to make stories that demonstrate the positive contribution and influence people with intellectual disability have.
More than $28.5 million over two years has been allocated to deliver 104 ILC Jurisdictional Based grants (Round 2) in NSW, SA and ACT. Fifty-five activities will be delivered in NSW, 32 in SA and 17 in ACT. The recipients of the ILC Jurisdictional Based Grants for each jurisdiction can be found here Just over $28. million over two years has been allocated to deliver 43 ILC National Readiness (Round 2) activities across Australia. Activities funded through this grant round align with the ILC Activity Area One – Information, linkages and referrals. You can read about them here <a href="" [...]
The You+Me=Community is a community festival initiated by the Huon Disability Network, a peer network, which is part of the Tasmanian DSO Speak Out consortium. After over a year of collaborative planning with Baptcare and the Huon Valley Council, the inaugural festival was held on Sunday 4 March in Huonville. The main goals of the festival were to Have fun! Create opportunities for people with a disability to make community connections Raise awareness with the broader community about people living with disability and their rights to be a part of community life: to have a place to belong Raise awareness [...]
Stand by Me was a campaign run by the NSW Disability Advocacy Alliance that empower people with a disability to have a voice.