Enable In project works with people with disability who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and people with psychosocial disability to connect with the NDIS and NDIS services
Project Embark is a website that offers a suite of tools, resources and videos designed to support people experiencing homelessness and a mental illness access the NDIS.
The Peer Connect website provides practical information about peer support networks, having choice and control in your life, planning and decision making and the NDIS.
The Well Together workshops assist organisations and community groups to explore how they can build a more welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone.
There are lots of ways the NDIS can help you to plan for employment. This page provides further information on how the NDIS supports you with this.
The ‘Creating Access’ project commenced in October 2018 and will run for one year. It aims to build the capacity of the youth sector in NSW to be responsive, inclusive and accessible to young people with disability.
This project raises awareness of disability and assists teachers create a safer and more welcoming environment for all students.
The National Resource Centre provides people with a disability, their families and carers with tools and resources related to circles of support and microboards (COSAM). It helps you connect to COSAM organisations in your area.
The aim of this online toolkit is to assist primary and secondary teachers to support the learning and inclusion of students with communication support needs.
Mainstream and Me is empowering community members with an intellectual disability to become Peer Community Educators. Peer Community Educators deliver presentations and workshops to mainstream services, organisations and businesses.