Are you inclusion ready? 

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is looking to fund creative, innovative, accessible and inclusive projects for people with disability in your community.

CSIA is partnering with NDS to help you, your organisation and your community better understand inclusion and the related Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) grants. We will help you and your organisation prepare for ILC activity in Queensland. 

We’ll be bringing you a variety of workshops, resources, tools and information to get you ready, and strengthen your capacity to promote social and economic inclusion for people with a disability in Queensland communities.

This page is regularly updated with the latest case studies, blog posts, resources and tools to support you during this time. 

Join the online conversation

Discuss everything #inclusionready with us on Facebook and LinkedIn. Be the first to know inside tips, access to resources, ask your burning questions, and build connections with people with disability in your community. 

Workshops

NDS are running ILC Application skills workshops at locations across Queensland. These hands-on workshops will build your organisation’s capability and capacity to make an application, and introduce you to a suite of tools and resources to help you.

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Resources and tools

We have resources that will help you understand the ILC program, grants and inclusion. Keep checking back as we add more useful resources. 

 

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Links

Not sure where to go to find the right information. We have listed the key pages you need to visit to help you prepare for ILC activity in Queensland. 

 

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Frequently asked questions

Have a burning question? We have a series of questions and answers to help you find out what you need to know about inclusion and the ILC program, grants and activities. 

 

READ FAQS

Project contacts 

At CSIA, Carol Bunt on cbunt@csialtd.com.au

At NDS, Ian Montague on ian.montague@nds.org.au

 

 

Funded by the Queensland Government