Connecting multicultural people with disabilities to the NDIS

Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria Getting the right help can change people’s lives. The Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria – in collaboration with the Ethnic Council of Shepparton and District – present a program, Connecting multicultural people with disabilities to the National Disability Insurance Scheme.


Connecting multicultural people with disabilities to the National Disability Insurance Scheme

Do you have a disability or care for someone who could benefit from the help the National Disability Insurance Scheme can provide? The Community Connectors program is here to give you culturally tailored support within your community to connect you to the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

What is a Community Connector?
The National Community Connectors Program is collaboration between the National Disability Insurance Scheme, the Federation of Ethnic Disability Alliance. It is funded by the National Disability Insurance Agency.

Community Connectors support people from culturally and linguistically diverse and non-English speaking backgrounds to access the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

They help by acting as a connection person between you and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Your Community Connector can support you to:

  • Apply for the National Disability Insurance Scheme
  • Connect with your local National Disability Insurance Schemecontacts
  • understand and use National Disability Insurance Schemeservice better.

We can help people who live in: Brimbank, Hume, Moreland, Darebin, Whittlesea and Shepparton.

For Help understanding the content of this page, please Call : 📞 13 14 50 Interpreting Service and ask them to contact your local service provider above.

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