The new NDIS events calendar connects Queenslanders with disability, their families and carers, businesses and service providers with NDIS related events across the state.
Community, sporting and cultural groups, and other non-government organisations, have until 15 June to apply for up to $5,000 to hold an event during this year’s Disability Action Week or International Day of People with Disability.
People with disability, their families and carers can learn more about the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and the opportunities it will bring, through a range of participant readiness activities including information sessions, meetings, workshops, mentoring and online resources.
No need to endlessly search the internet for mobile apps and tools. Check out our page to find useful apps related to your health, staying safe, communicating, reading and more.
A new series of information resources for Queensland families of children with disability is now available. These resources provide practical information about the services and supports available and how parents can support their child’s development.
The new positive behaviour support and restrictive practices reporting requirements began on 1 July 2014.
The Queensland Disability Plan aims to ensure a successful transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme and ensure mainstream services and communities are accessible and inclusive for Queenslanders with disability, their families and carers.