Every one-two years we organise a conference with a theme that is relevant to people with disability. It is an opportunity for like-minded people to come together to learn, rejuvenate, motivate and connect. We invite local, national and international speakers including
- people with disability
- their families, supporters, and champions
- representatives from aligned organisations
- authorities in the inclusion space
- education, health, and other professionals
- representatives of local government and organisations such as the National Disability Insurance Agency
- representatives of organisations that support people with disability and their families
2021 – Upcoming Conference – Save the Dates
We plan to hold our conference this year in Canberra on
- Wednesday, October 27, 2021
- Thursday, October 28, 2021
Please save the dates! Details will be shared in the coming months.
Explore Our Past Conferences
2020 – Let’s Get To Work Virtual Conference
Exploring innovation in employment for people with disability This was our first virtual conference, held during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over 680 people from across the globe registered to attend the event. which was held over six weeks.
2018 – The National Inclusion Conference
Held in Canberra in May 2018, the theme of this conference was inclusion. We welcomed many local, national, and international speakers. People with disability and their families shared stories that provided deep insight and reflection on the benefits of inclusion in school, work and life. Striving for inclusion requires courage, resilience, and a clear vision.
2016 – Strengthening Communities Conference – Making the Most of the NDIS
This was Imagine More’s third conference, held in Canberra in August 2016. We chose this theme because communities are stronger when people with a disability are valued participants.
2014 – Success in Transitions Conference
Held in Canberra in November 2014, this conference focused on the power of change.
2013 – An Ordinary Life
Our inaugural conference, held in November 2013 in Canberra. We examined current and future opportunities for vulnerable people to live an ordinary life.