National ILC Project – Reimagine Stage 2
Help us improve the NDIS journey for our communities
NDIS Access by Diverse Communities
With funding through the NDIA’s Information, Linkages and Capacity building (ILC) Grants (Round 2), we are working to ensure reimagine.today is more accessible to a broader range of communities, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQA+ people and people living in rural and remote areas. Through national engagement with these diverse communities, we will co-design new resources for reimagine.today that improve support for NDIS access by people in these communities.
To provide input into this process:
- More co-design sessions coming up soon!
- Contact: Project Manager, Elisabeth Wilkinson on 02 9555 8388 (ext 127) or email@example.com
Developing National Networks
In addition to enhancing accessibility for diverse communities, we are establishing state-based peer-led networks in NSW/ACT, NT, QLD, SA, TAS and VIC of people living with psychosocial disability, their carers, family and professional supporters. These networks will promote the reimagine.today resource and support the further development of priority skill-building areas of the website to improve general access to the NDIS for people with lived experience of mental health conditions. These national networks are being directed by Peer Leaders working with their communities to share information about reimagine.today and forge relationships with health services, communities, community mental health services and individuals.
Keep up to date with our network:
- Join our NSW/ACT group on Facebook ‘Psychosocial disability and the NDIS – NSW/ACT’
- Contact: NSW/ACT Peer Leader, Grahame Richards on 02 9555 8388 (ext 116) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Building skills for the NDIS
Workshops, consultations and information sessions provided through these networks will support ongoing development of essential skills for people wanting to or already accessing the NDIS, including self-advocacy, decision-making and self-management. Consultations will inform the design of new e-learning materials for reimagine.today, that will support the needs of people accessing the NDIS into the future.
FREE upcoming workshops / information sessions:
- Western Sydney – 4th and 18th June
- ACT – 1st and 2nd July
To register for a FREE session, please contact:
NSW/ACT Peer Leader, Grahame Richards on 02 9555 8388 (ext 116) or email@example.com
We need your help!
Share your knowledge with this project to improve NDIS access for a diverse range of people living with mental health conditions, and help build relationships to inform future activities.
Website improvements and new resources to improve accessibility for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, LGBTIQA+ people and people living in rural and remote areas.
Building national networks of people living with mental health conditions, their carers, family and professional supports to improve their journey of accessing the NDIS.
Website improvements and new e-learning materials that focus on self-advocacy, decision-making and self-management of an NDIS plan.
How can you get involved?
For more general information about this project and how you can get involved, please contact:
ILC Project Officer, Rebecca Lewis on 02 9555 8388 (Ext 133) or Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org