What is Ready4?

Ready4 is a project of information and resources for disability services operating in the ACT that is funded by the ACT and Commonwealth Governments to help preparation for the NDIS. On this site disability service providers in the ACT can register to attend ready4 workshops, seminars and communities of interest – concerned with transition to the NDIS and collaboration and partnerships. Newly added resources and general information on NDIS transition are here. You can submit your own event and register for the ready4 newsletter – both only for the ACT.


Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) information sessions in the ACT

The ILC grants round for the ACT will open in January 2017. 

To help organisations get ready for ILC in the ACT, the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is holding information sessions in Canberra on the 16 and 17 of November to explain the process for applying for ILC grants.  Read more ...

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Ready4 Portal administrators make every attempt to ensure the URL links within each resource are current. If the viewer is unable to access a resource due to a broken link – searching the web by using a common search engine (such as google) and the title of the resource may assist. 


Recognising exceptional women in our community

The ACT Women’s Awards recognise the achievements of women who have made an outstanding contribution to the lives of women and girls in our local community. Nominations close 18/11/16 Read more ...


To ensure priority notices are visible, the home page for the ready4 portal is limited to only 5 announcements.
To view other current announcements please select the 'announcments' tab at the top of the page.

ENGAGE Sports - Marist College

Marist College would like to invite you to ENGAGE

ENGAGE Sports is the dream of two Year 9 students who wanted to start a Sports Inclusion program for students with disability, who would play together in teams with Marist students.

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