31 March 2017
(02) 8568 1123
This consultation provides an immediate opportunity to directly influence the future of this important work in Australia!
- Are you a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, or queer [LGBTIQ] person living with disability?
- Are you the intimate partner/carer for an LGBTIQ person living with disability?
- Would you like to ensure your lived experience contributes to guiding the work of the National Disability Insurance Agency [NDIA] into the future?
How to get involved:
Step One: Visit www.disabilitystrategy.org
Step Two: Apply to attend the Lived Experience Forum in Melbourne on 31 March
Step Three: Click here to complete the online survey before March 31
Step Four: Share news of this consultation with your networks!
About the Consultation
The LGBTI Health Alliance, in partnership with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), is conducting a nationwide consultation that will contribute to the development of an LGBTIQ Strategy. This Strategy will guide the work of the NDIA in the coming years and help to ensure that LGBTIQ people and communities can access and benefit from the National Disability Insurance Scheme [NDIS].
The consultation has two parts:
1. The Lived Experience Forum
The Lived Experience Forum will bring together LGBTIQ people living with disability from around Australia for an in-person meeting with the NDIA in Melbourne. This is an incredibly important opportunity for LGBTIQ people who live with disability to meet with the NDIA and share their wisdom gained from personal experience. Funding is available to support travel costs.
We call on all LGBTI people living with disabilities, and their intimate partners/carers, to apply to attend this Forum.
Click here to submit your expression of interest
2. The survey
The survey will ensure that people from around Australia can contribute their wisdom to this consultation – wherever they are. If required it is also possible to complete the survey by telephone. The survey will take 15-30 minutes to complete and is anonymous.