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Member webinar: Governing for Rights and Quality

This member webinar provides an overview of Right on Board, a capacity-building program for Boards and Executive Teams.

DHHS and NDS Webinars: Safer and Stronger - Responding to COVID-19 in the Disability Sector

Funded by the Victorian Government, NDS's Victorian Safer and Stronger Project aims to provide practical information and support to Victorian disability service providers on Infection Control and Business...

Member Webinar: Cyber Security and the Disability Sector

In this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of current cyber security trends, receive practical steps for strengthening the cyber security of their organisation and a brief overview on...

Community Living & Participation Grant

Community Living & Participation Grant

Applications for the final round of Community Living and Participation Grants have now closed. 

Grants to assist West Australian individuals with a permanent disability achieve greater inclusion in community life.

What are the key benefits?
  • Grants of up to $10,000 are available
  • People with disability can apply for equipment, resources, training and activities connected to their particular social and recreational goals
  • Community groups can apply for equipment, resources, training and activities the promote inclusion of people with disability.

Who is this resource for?

Grants are available to Western Australians who meet the selection criteria.

Further Information:

The Community Living and Participation Grants are managed by National Disability Services WA (NDS WA) and supported by Lotterywest.

If you have an idea for a Community Living and Participation Grant, we encourage you to first make contact with NDS WA who can provide expertise and advice to assist you to develop your idea.

Contact information
For more information contact Jane Cousins, Project Lead- Access and inclusion, 08 9208 9830,

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