People with intellectual disability often feel excluded from the community.
We want a community where all people with intellectual disability are valued and included.
What we are doing
All of our work at CID is about creating an inclusive society where everyone is valued.
Our Juvenile Justice program improves support for young people with intellectual disability by providing training and tools for Corrective Services staff.
Our staff member Alanna and board member Robert have both gone to the United Nations in New York to talk about inclusion on a global stage.
Our ‘More than Just a Job’ project talks to people with intellectual disability and employers about mainstream employment for people with intellectual disability.
We work with organisations to help them include people with intellectual disability in their practices, products and information.
What makes people with disability feel accepted and welcome in their community? Five talented young people tell us…
Forgotten and found: my life story
Kim Walker tells her story from childhood, to institutions, to community life and to becoming an amazing disability…
Our stories about inclusion
Life, love and work as a young woman with Down syndrome
CID Member Tara was recently interviewed about what her life is like as a young woman with Down…
Disability rights and inclusion on the global stage
Courtney Bellemore reports from team CID's trip to the United Nations to talk about inclusion and the rights…