Information, Linkages and Capacity Building

Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) is about building inclusive communities and connecting you to your community. Our resource portal provides you with information about ILC funded initiatives and how you can access them.

Accessible Telecoms

Accessible Telecoms is a nationwide disability telecommunications service that provides independent, up-to-date information on telecommunication products suitable for people with disabilities.

AllPlay BettaFooty

The AllPlay BettaFooty project is a culturally-tailored training program to enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, with developmental disabilities, to participate in Auskick.

AllPlay Dance

AllPlay Dance is an initiative of Deakin University and the NDIA to create an evidence-based inclusive dance resource for the benefit of all kids.

Autism Friendly Charter

The Autism Friendly Charter is focused on supporting businesses, organisations and community groups to building their awareness and understanding of autism.

Belong INC

Belong INC is about empowering children and young people 12-18 years to belong in their community.

Building school capacity for an inclusive future

This project raises awareness of disability and assists teachers create a safer and more welcoming environment for all students.

Community Connection Program

SydWest Community Connection Coordinators connect people, with a disability, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to community and mainstream supports.

Creating Access

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.

Deafblind Information

An accessible, web-based resource for people living with a combination of vision and hearing impairment. It also provides resources for families, carers, professionals and services providers.

Disability Loop

Disability Loop is designed to make information about the NDIS easy to find, easy to use and as accessible to as many people as possible.

Enable In

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

Hear For You

Hear For You is a support network of passionate deaf adults, helping & inspiring deaf teens to reach their full potential in life.

Inform – National Information Hub

The national information hub produces a magazine, podcast and website. The aim is to connect people with disabilities to information to build skills, confidence and participation in the community.

Mainstream and Me

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.

Multilingual Disability Hub

SSI's Multilingual Disability Hub is a national multilingual hotline and website that provides relevant and easily accessible information about disability and NDIS in your language.

Muscular Dystrophy Peer Connect

Muscular Dystrophy NSW is working to establish a network of facilitated Peer Support Groups across NSW, targeting primarily those who don't have an NDIS plan, their families and carers.

National Equipment Database

NED is designed to provide you with impartial, unbiased information about Assistive Technology and equipment options across Australia.

National Resource Centre – Circles of Support and Microboards

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.

Our Place

Our Place is by and for women, girls (aged 15 years and above), feminine identifying and non-binary people with disability and aims to provide information that is accessible to as many people as possible.

Parenting from Afar

Parenting from Afar is a project that will develop resources for parents who have a learning disability at the time when their children are placed in permanent care.

Peer Connect

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.

Peer support groups – people with physical disabilities

Physical Disabilities Council of NSW has established peer support groups for people with disability facilitated by people with disability.

Personalised assistive technology

TAD Australia is the federation of seven state-based non-profit, assistive technology providers. Our collective purpose is to provide personalised assistive technology to people living with disability to achieve independence.

Project Embark

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.

reimagine

The reimagine website will help you understand the NDIS and how it can support people living with a mental health condition.

Snap that Stigma

Snap That Stigma has created video resources to build awareness of, and start conversations about, the barriers to participation for young people with disability experience.

Stroke Recovery Clubs

Stroke Recovery Clubs are a meeting place for people to share their knowledge and experiences of Stroke.

Students with no speech teachers toolkit

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.

Voice

'Voice' is the journal of Down Syndrome Australia. The journal focuses on matters relating to people with Down syndrome or intellectual disability.

Well Together

The Well Together workshops assist organisations and community groups to explore how they can build a more welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone.

Younger Onset Dementia and the NDIS

Dementia Australia have developed resource toolkit to support people with younger onset dementia, their families and carers.

Younger Onset Dementia Hub

The Younger Onset Dementia Hub provides individualised information and support to improve the quality of life for people with younger onset dementia.