Inclusion Australia

What is Inclusion Australia?

Inclusion Australia is Australia’s Peak Body representing People with Intellectual Disability.  The organisation has been in existence for over 50 years and was formerly known as the National Council on Intellectual Disability (NCID).

What does Inclusion Australia do?

Inclusion Australia works at all levels of the community, local, state, national and beyond to raise expectations, recognise potential and value people with intellectual disability. Collectively Inclusion Australia works at a national level, providing policy expertise and advice to drive systemic change.

Inclusion Australia Logo
Inclusion Australia Logo

 

Why is P2P involved with Inclusion Australia?

P2P upholds the values of Inclusion Australia and has been Inclusion Australia’s Queensland’s State Agency member for over 15 years.

How do you get in contact with them?

Website: www.ncid.org.au

Address: Level 2 / 418a Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, 2010
New South Wales, Australia

Phone: 02 9211 1611

For all inquiries, email:

Jesse Matheson – Inclusion Australia Secretariat Officer
jesse.matheson@inclusionaustralia.org.au

Inclusion Australia State Agencies
Inclusion Australia State Agencies