Registration for the
Make Decisions Real
pilot training workshops is now open!
Make Decisions Real is a 3-year ILC project that aims to help people with intellectual disability and their supporters through the development of tools and training that will:
increase their knowledge and skills around decision making and decision supporting,
improve their confidence to make and support decisions,
increase opportunities for decision making and self-advocacy, and
lead to greater choice, autonomy and independence.
There will be 5 workshops held between November 2021 and February 2022. Each workshop happens over 2 days, on a Tuesday and Wednesday.
There will be 5 workshops held between November 2021 and February 2022.
Each workshop happens over 2 days, on a Tuesday and Wednesday.
We mentor and provide individual and
group training with an aim to
build knowledge and increase skills
Building skills and knowledge
For more information about
the Capacity Building initiative
What is a Microboard?
A Microboard is a network of trusted people including family and friends who freely give their time to support a person with disability to plan and create the life they want.
Microboards can assist with managing NDIS funding and employing support staff too.
Click here to find out about the history of microboards, what’s involved in setting one up, and the benefits to your family and your child with disability.
Our 'Mainstream and Me' project and workshop in 2018 was designed and developed to create and initiate change. The workshop created conversations between mainstream services and parents with intellectual disability.
The Mainstream and Me Communication Book is available for you to download.
The Communication booklet is a resource
co-designed with parents with intellectual disability.