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Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Policy Framework

An important part of the support the NDIS provides has to do with help from the community, families and carers. The NDIS would like to make sure that all of these people have access to the information they need. They also want to create better connections and networks between people with disability and the community. They would also like to help people gain the skills and types of knowledge that are needed to help support people with disability. They call this level of support Information, Linkages and Capacity Building, or ILC. In the past people called this "Tier 2".

More information about this can be accessed via the Information, Linkages and Capacity Building page on the NDIS website. This page has a copy of the policy as: 

You can also get this policy as an: 

from the Consultation on Information, Linkages and Capacity Building page. The Easy English and Plain English versions are based on the draft policy, so they might be a bit different to the final policy.