They are interested in everyone’s feedback. They want to hear from people with disability, families and carers, as well as people who work in the sector. The ILC Commissioning Framework will be stronger once everyone’s ideas have been incorporated.
The National Disability Insurance Agency has opened registrations for Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) face-to-face consultation sessions in Brisbane
Would you like to learn more about ILC?
At the end of last year the NDIA released a consultation draft of the ILC Commissioning Framework. The Framework outlines how the Agency will fund and manage ILC activities in the future.
Before the NDIA finishes the Framework, the NDIA would like to talk more with people with disability, their families and carers as well as people who work in the sector about some key parts of the Framework.
There are two ways people can provide feedback on the Framework:
- You can attend a face-to-face consultation session in Brisbane
- You can make a written submission
Please note in order to attend a Brisbane consultation session you must register via the online booking on the NDIS website. Numbers are limited so please register as soon as possible. Please register for the appropriate consultation session on the QLD events page
|Location||Venue||People with disability, families and carers consultation session date|
|Brisbane||Brisbane City Hall, Sherwood Room||Monday the 18th of April
10am – 1pm
The NDIA understand that not everyone will be able to attend a face-to-face session. For that reason the NDIA encourage everyone who wants to participate to make a written submission.
Organisations and individuals can provide written feedback using the ILC feedback document and to email it to the ILC mailbox ILC@ndis.gov.au . Written feedback will be accepted up until 5pm Friday the 22nd of April 2016.
You may answer one question or all of the questions. The NDIA want to hear from as many people as possible.
Information, Linkages and Capacity Building Team
National Disability Insurance Agency