- Advocacy for Inclusion is a non-for-profit DPO advocacy organisation in the ACT. We provide individual and systemic advocacy services to people with disabilities to promote their human rights and inclusion in the community. Our themes of individual advocacy stems from the justice space: people with disabilities in and out of the justice system, child protection (on behalf of parents with disability), guardianship and supported decision making, restrictive practices, institutional living and housing, education, the NDIS (AAT matters) and inclusion into the community.
- We also run self-advocacy groups and provide training on support decision making for organisations and groups, with the purpose of creating cultural change in people with disabilities making their own decisions. Our resources also include court resources designed for people with disabilities navigating the court system and being prepared and a police wallet card.
- For more information contact Bonnie Millen at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Imagine More has a Self managing NDIS supports Peer Support Group where people can share ideas and learn how to effectively and responsibly manage your NDIS supports without being overcome by exhaustion.
Date: Last Friday of the month
Time: 10am – 12 midday Cost: Free
We’ll be covering topics like how to:
- Make decisions about purchasing supports so the costs of the support give you value-for-money, and can be met within your budget.
- Set up systems to reduce the administrative overload
- Meet obligations as an employer if you choose to employ staff directly.
- Show how funding is used towards reaching goals at planning meetings
- Limbs4Life has trained Peer Support volunteers who are available to offer support to new amputees. If you would like to request Peer Support for a new amputee, and/or know of an amputee who is interested in becoming a Peer support Volunteer, please contact them on email@example.com or phone 1300782231. More information is available at www.limbs4life.org.au.
- AT CHAT: are a team of assistive technology users conversing on all things AT: sharing AT stories, what's out there, how to get it, how to use it.
Our goal is to help people’s capacity with assistive technology through peer support, knowledge sharing and peer mentoring.
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/atchatwithus
AT ‘Chatterbox’ closed Facebook group:https://m.facebook.com/groups/241407313033708
At Chat is a collaboration with the Independent Living Centre of WA. For more information contact reception: 1300 885 886 or 08 9381 0600