On this page you will find summary information on organisations that support Diverse Leadership Inc. Links to their websites have been provided for further information.

Logo - Leaders for Tomorrow including Hunter TAFE NSW and E-Qual
Logo – Leaders for Tomorrow including Hunter TAFE NSW and E-Qual

Developmental Disability WA

Diverse Leadership Inc has been successful in obtaining a Family Leadership grant from Developmental Disability WA
Being auspiced by PWdWA.

Focus is family leadership – intention is to have a group of people with disability share their stories with families demonstrating possible (and positive) futures for their family members.

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Logo DDWA Developmental Disability WA. Advocacy Policy Community


E-QUAL (Disability Consultants)
E-QUAL (Enhancing Quality) is committed to improving the quality of services for people with a disability.

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Logo E-Qual Disability Consultants


As a value based organisation People with disabilities WA believes that fighting for a good and fair life for people with disabilities must always be done.

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Logo PWdWA People With disabilities WA

Connect Groups

The aim of ConnectGroups to help people help each other by providing Self Help and Support Groups with:

  • Links to community networks and information.
  • Assistance with group development and management.
  • Support with community resources and services.
  • Individual and group skills training.
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ConnectGroups Logo

ConnectGroups promotes the philosophy and practice of peer support throughout Western Australia. Fostering empowerment among Self Help and Support Groups allows people dealing with stressful life problems and situations to share their experiences and to offer emotional and practical support to one another.

Youth Disability Advocacy Network (YDAN)

The Youth Disability Advocacy Network (YDAN) is a network of young people with disabilities, their families, friends, supporters, youth workers, disability sector workers, organisations and others from around WA who support young people with disabilities. We aim to support the advocacy, rights and inclusion for young people with a disability in WA.

Logo of Youth Disability Advocacy Network in black words on white background and Image of words Loud-Speaker
Logo of Youth Disability Advocacy Network – YDAN

The YDAN will be led by a steering committee of young people with a disability aged between 12 and 25, and we are currently accepting expressions of interest for these positions!! As a member of the steering committee, you will be responsible for attending monthly meetings, creating a plan for the network, writing grant applications, planning events and working with other young people.

Anyone can join the network, and it’s as easy as following the directions here to join our mailing list. It’s also the best way to stay up to date and find out about any events such as our launch (which will take part in the coming months). You can also follow our goings on by hitting ‘Like’ on the Facebook page –
YDAN Facebook page.
or follow us on Twitter at

If you would like more information you can email with any questions. Our postal address is PO Box 276, Leederville WA 6007

Developing the capacity of people with disability to act as leaders