Remote Community Connectors are community-based NDIA representatives that support the culturally appropriate delivery of the NDIS in remote and very remote communities.

They recognise that people with disability in remote communities including First Nations people, may need additional support to access the NDIS, build their NDIS plan and use their funded supports.

Remote Community Connectors are part of a large network of over 200 community-based Connectors, supporting people with disability across more than 300 remote communities. 

How can they help me?

Remote Community Connectors can provide support and guidance about:

  • What is the NDIS and how to join
  • How to identify your current support and what else you may need
  • How to develop a NDIS plan and how to use it
  • Questions you may have about the NDIS.
This page current as of
18 July 2023
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