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ThinkSupport Campaign to attract younger workers to WA’s disability sector commences

Twenty-five per cent of people with disability in the NDIS are aged 25 years or younger and thousands of disability support workers are still needed to meet NDIS demand.

Helpdesk Top 5: November 2020

The NDS Helpdesk team have chosen the top five questions and responses.

Success strategies for your ILC grant: Identifying the gap

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This is the first piece in our series to update and support providers applying for ILC grants.

ILC grants provide information, linkages and referrals to connect people with disability, their families and carers with broader systems of support. They also build the capacity of communities and mainstream organisations to meet the needs of these groups.

People with disability and those working in the disability sector are aware of existing gaps, and are well-positioned to start conversations with mainstream services across all sectors (for example, housing, transport, tourism, education and health) to address these gaps through the development of innovative, collaborative and measurable ILC projects.

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