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About Us
Advocacy for Inclusion provides  independant individual, self and systemic advocacy for people with disabilities.
We provide information, education, and representation to effectively advocate for positive and inclusive outcomes for people with disabilities.
Advocacy for Inclusion works within a human rights framework and acknowledges the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Advocacy for Inclusion is signed onto the ACT Human Rights Act. 

What's New:

New Publications

Media Alert: Control & Choice Expo 2015 – Thursday 21 May 10 am to 4 pm! 20 May 2015 

Media Release: The Control & Choice Expo is bigger and better than ever! 14 May 2015 

Submission to the Proposal for a National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguarding Framework

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Senate Inquiry into community sector funding, March 2015 

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The Advocate March 2015

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The Advocate December 2014 


Submission to ACAT test case on additional evidence, December 2014 

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Enhanced Self- advocacy group report, November 2014 

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Self-advocacy groups

Advocacy For Inclusion - Self Advocacy Peer support Network

The self-advocacy groups are open to anyone with a disability who wants to learn more about speaking up for themselves and making their own decisions. Meeting weekly, it gives you a chance to continue to develop the skills you learn, meet people and learn about issues that matter to you. The group is free to attend and a light afternoon tea provided.

Meeting times:

Wednesday 2pm – 4pm,

Woden Community Service,  26 Corinna St Woden

(opposite the Phillip Health Centre, behind the Discount Chemist)

For more information call us on 6257 4005

or Email

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MY NDIS pre-planning kit

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Use this booklet to identify:

1. What you are doing now in each area of your life

2. What would you change in each area if you could?

3. How could you make these changes happen?

4. How will you keep these changes permanent?

By identifying these 4 things, it will help you work out what supports you want and who you would like to support you.