The National LGBTI Health Alliance is undertaking a project funded through NDIS via the Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Economic Community Participation Disability Grant. The aim of this project is to produce resources for employers within the LGBTI+ sector to promote the hiring of LGBTI+ people with disability. The purpose of the co-design team… Continue reading EOI Co-design team: Economic Participation (ILC) Project »
Category: Disability and Support Services
The NDIA have today announced a review of their LGBTIQ Disability Strategy Consultation process. This includes a postponement and review of the Lived Experience Forum originally planned for March 31st. The online Survey will remain open until the end of March and can be accessed here. They have affirmed their ongoing commitment to the development… Continue reading NDIA LGBTIQ Strategy Consultation to be reviewed »
Please note that this survey has now closed. Please visit www.lgbtihealth.org.au/disabilitystrategy for further information.
Applications to join the LGBTIQ Lived Experience Forum have now closed. It is still possible to contribute your wisdom to this consultation via the online survey here: https://lgbtihealth.org.au/lgbtiq-strategy-survey/ For full details of this consultation visit: www.lgbtihealth.org.au/disabilitystrategy
Each day in Australia, millions of people provide care and assistance to another person needing help to go about their everyday lives. Whether it be for a partner, family member, friend or neighbour – every caring situation is different and can include looking after someone who has a disability, mental illness, chronic illness, dementia or… Continue reading Introducing: Carer Gateway – the starting point for carer advice »
Considering LGBTI carers Carer Associations across Australia exist to improve access and equity for carers within the community and across a range of service sectors. A carer is someone who provides unpaid support to a family member or friend who needs assistance. This may be a frail older person, someone with a disability, chronic illness… Continue reading New LGBTI Carer Services Network »