Welcome to the Resources for NDIS Emergency and Disaster Management Website

This website has been made to help NDIS Providers and NDIS Participants get ready for, manage, and recover from emergencies and disasters.

Emergencies and disasters are events like fires, floods, severe storms, extreme heat, and pandemics like COVID-19.

Other people with disability, their family and supporters, emergency services and community organisations, and the general public may also find it useful.

Please watch the welcome video below. It shows you how the website works and what information you can find on it.

To view all of our videos, and to watch them with captions in other languages, go to our You Tube Channel.

To learn more about the features that help make this website easy to access and use, take a look at the information in this section – How to use this website.

To see a list of all the R4NED resources and where you can find them take a look at the R4NED resource summaryPDF | DOCX – and explore the website further through the links below.

Welcome to R4NED

This website has been made to help NDIS Providers and NDIS Participants get ready for, manage, and recover from emergencies and disasters.

Emergencies and disasters are events like fires, floods, severe storms, extreme heat, and pandemics like COVID-19.

Other people with disability, their family and supporters, emergency services and community organisations, and the general public may also find it useful.

Please watch the welcome video below. It shows you how the website works and what information you can find on it.

To view all of our videos, and to watch them with captions in other languages, go to our You Tube Channel.

To learn more about the features that help make this website easy to access and use, take a look at the information in this section – How to use this website.

To see a list of all the R4NED resources and where you can find them take a look at the R4NED resource summaryPDF | DOCX – and explore the website further through the links below.

We would like to acknowledge and thank Uncle Richard Campbell, a Gumbaynggirr and Dunghutti man from the NSW mid north coast, for the Aboriginal artwork used on this site.

The goanna is an Aboriginal totem and is considered a symbol of transformation and regeneration. Uncle Richard tells the story of how goannas in large numbers would walk across a mountain in the area where he lived and that the spiritual image of a goanna would appear on the front of the mountain.

Artwork by Uncle Richard Campbell, spiritual image of goannas on the front of a rock.