Join the Arts Access Australia NDIS Working Group

Call for Interested Artists and Organisations to Join the Arts Access Australia NDIS Working Group

Arts Access Australia (AAA) is inviting interested artists and organisations to participate in a newly created working group that will represent the arts and disability sectors throughout the ongoing roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

 

This group will gather information about the processes that artists with disability go through as they become participants in the NDIS, and will work with local organisations to ensure that the planning and support mechanisms developed under the scheme are implemented and utilised effectively. This information will be used to formulate a national coordinated strategy that supports participation in the arts through the NDIS.

 

Meetings for the NDIS Working Group will be held bi-monthly via teleconference. If you would like to contribute and be kept up-to-date about this initiative, please email your name and preferred contact details to: caitlin@artsaccessaustralia.org or call or text: 0467 200 718.

 

If you have any access requirements, please let us know.

 

If you would like to read more about the NDIS Working group, a copy of the proposed Terms of Reference can be found here.

 

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