Your Service, Your Rights: conversation cards

Every person with a disability who uses the NDIS has the right to good quality and safe services.
As part of Inclusion Australia’s Your Service, Your Rights project they have created a set of Conversation Cards for people with an intellectual disability.

Deciding with Support toolkit

Deciding with Support is for people with disability and the people who support them. It is to help people make decisions about their behaviour support plans.

Self-advocacy for the NDIS (Mental health) Resource booklet

Self-advocacy involves speaking up for yourself and knowing your rights about the things that matter to you. Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) have developed a self-advocacy model to assist you to be able to speak up for yourself. The model was co-produced with people who have experienced compulsory mental health treatment or have used mental health services.