There are 47 resources from Australia.
Reimagining Disability in Family Life
The ideal of citizenship helps a father reset his relationship with his daughter with disabilities.
Is Citizenship Our Business?
Avivo, pioneers in self-direction in Australia, are transforming the organisation to support citizenship at work.
Launch of Power and Connection
The first book dedicated to exploring Local Area Coordination and integrating more than 30 years of research.
A paper from WAiS's program to help Support Providers explore alternative organisational theory and practices that…
The Upstream Response to COVID-19
Dr Simon Duffy sets out some key principles to guide local communities as they develop their response to the COVID-19…
A global force for change
Citizen Network is a global non-profit cooperative movement, formed to create a world where everyone matters.
Lynn Breedlove observes the competing conceptions of self-directed support emerging around the world.
3 Self-Directed Support Stories
Three stories from Finland of how self-directed support is beginning to work in practice plus other resources
Piloting for Self-Directed Support
Simon Duffy, Kate Fulton and Tim Keilty shared their work with leaders in Finland in order to explore how best to pilot…
Self-Directed Support and Community Organisations
Kate Fulton shares the recent changes to the Australian support system (NDIS) and work by Avivo and others to radically…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 8
This webinar is the last in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 7
This webinar is the 7th of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 6
This webinar is the 6th of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen network…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 5
This webinar is the 5th of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 4
This webinar is the 4th of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 3
This webinar is the 3rd of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Excluding Citizens with Disabilities from Voting
Matthew Potocnik describes the barriers created by the social care system in Australia to the active citizenship of…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 2
This webinar is the 2nd of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Keys to Citizenship - Part 1
This webinar is the 1st of 8 in the series: Keys to Citizenship in Action which is being hosted by Citizen Network…
Making elections accessible for people with intellectual disabilities.
Stories Connect Us to Citizenship
The Keys to Citizenship have been reimagined as a tool for exchange and learning based on wisdom from the Australian…
Now and Next
Sylvana Mahmic and Annick Janson describe the innovative leadership pipeline for families with young children with…
The R Word
Campaign to stop people using the word ‘retard’
Progress on Personalised Support
This report builds on an international survey of support organisations to develop a model of personalised support on…
Now and Next Alumni
This film celebrates the growth of the peer network Plumtree have incubated in Sydney, Australia.
The Parent Professional Relationship Statement
Now and Next Alumni parents and families produced this position statement on how the best partnerships and…
Hope Assistance Local Tradies
HALT is a ground-breaking mental health initiative where people working in the building industries get to organise,…
The Community Living Project provides opportunities for people with a disability to establish their own small…
The Community Living Project has a focus on building strong relationships and circles of support for people with…
The Community Living Project (CLP) is a family led organisation supporting people with a disability to access the good…
Shared Management - a guide
Shared Management has a rich history in Western Australia and provides people and families with a partner to manage…
The Goal is Citizenship Not the NDIS
Kate Fulton explores what support providers in Australia should focus on to deliver better outcomes for those who will…
Life on the Back Roads
Dr Mark Bagshaw is Deputy President of the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) and writes here about his…
How NDIS could be developed to promote, not hinder, social innovation.
Working on the Inside
Kate Fulton offers insight into the inner dimension of change that is essential to working respectfully and with…
Equality and Diversity
Simon Duffy talks about how the idea of citizenship can help us reconcile equality and human diversity.
Simon Schwab outlines the principles that should underpin the reform of NDIS.
A Personalised Approach to Safeguards in the NDIS
Marita Walker, Kate Fulton and Bruce Bonyhady offer an approach to safeguarding and quality that starts from the…
Statements of the Obvious on NDIS
Tony Lanigan has written a list of statements of the obvious that may be helpful to the designers of Disability Care…
Travelling Hopefully - lessons for NDIS
This talk was given to some of those leading the design of Australia's NDIS and setting out international and English…
Simon Duffy describes international best practice in self-directed support and personal budgets.
An international perspective on the design of systems of individualised funding for people with disabilities.
The Road to NDIS
This paper by Robbi Williams and Simon Duffy explores the English experience as a valuable source of information for…
Shared Management is an approach for organising practical support using the expertise of people, families and…
Michelle and NDIS
Dell Stagg describes how she rescued her daughter from an institutional service and the need to respect families in the…
SDS and the NDIS
Implementing self-directed support and the meaning of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Fears for NDIS
A summary of concerns about the design of Australia's important National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).