People with disability want the same things in life as other people in the community. They want the opportunity to live an ordinary life - somewhere to live, a job, a good education, the company of family and friends or the freedom to go to the beach or the movies.
They want to be able to do the same things most other people take for granted. Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) is the part of the NDIS that focuses on building an individual's capacity to live an ordinary life and creating opportunities in the community to do so.
ILC brings people together to achieve genuine and meaningful community inclusion.
From 1 July 2019 the National Disability Insurance Agency will roll out the ILC program nationally. Information about future ILC grant rounds is available at the ILC Funding page.
ILC information and resources in WA
Current WA ILC projects in WA
Past ILC projects in WA
From mid-2020, the ILC Program has transitioned from the NDIA to the Department of Social Services (DSS). For more information about the ILC Program, please visit the DSS ILC webpage