The NDIA is constantly listening and learning so that we can deliver the NDIS in a way that best meets the needs of people with disability, their families and their carers, and that is sustainable into the future.
One of the ways we are doing this is by considering how best we can harness the skills and experience that already exist in the community and in the marketplace. We recognise that there are areas where it may be beneficial for us to partner with organisations to ensure we are delivering a scheme that gives people with disability choice and control.
ILC is all about making sure our community becomes more accessible and inclusive of people with disability.
Local Area Coordinators can help people start their journey with the NDIS and can support people with disability to exercise choice and control over their life.
Increasing community participation and inclusion of people with disability will have important benefits.
Community clubs and associations are part of the fabric of the community at a local level.