• Welcome to Pave the Way

    NDIS Participant Readiness and Future Planning - The Future Starts Now.

    Pave the Way is funded by the Department of Communities' (Disability Services) to deliver Participant Readiness activities. This aspect of Pave the Way's work will assist Queenslanders with disabilities, their families and carers in the North Coast, North Queensland and Far North Queensland regions to prepare for the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in their area.  We will continue to assist families throughout Queensland to clarify their vision for their family member with a disability and to plan to implement that vision. We encourage planning which is vision driven, ‘whole of life’, developmental, outside service planning and which safeguards family members in the long-term.     

    Join Our Mailing List  by completing your details using our online form. To join our mailing list, follow the link here.   To send an email with an expression of interest for NDIS information sessions or conversations, follow the link hereFor any questions or queries, or if you would prefer to join our mailing list via the phone, please contact the Pave the Way office on (07) 3291 5800 or 1300 554 402.

  • What's New


    First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN) and Mamre have launched a new 'Our Way Planning' resource this week in the Torres Strait Islands. The resource will be used nationally and was officially launched at the NDIS readiness workshops held by Mamre. The Our Way planning resource was developed in consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living with disability, Elders and community members across NSW, the Northern Territory, Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands.  Uncle Paul Calcott, FPDN said: “The Our Way Planning resource uses the traditional method of art and story telling to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living with disability to identify areas of their life they need assistance with. The book is designed to recognise the importance of culture, community and Country. Our community’s  can use the book in their own way to identify what type of support is needed to help keep them keep strong in their relationships, their family, community and culture.”     For further information regarding the Our Way Planning resources contact FPDN at enquiries@fpdn.org.au   FPDN is the national peak organisation of and for First Peoples with Disability www.fpdn.org.au   Mamre exists so that all people are contributing to the richness of a diverse society and are respected and valued www.mamre.org.au.


A Neighbourly Initiative

Recently I was surprised and delighted to find a letter in our mailbox from a neighbour up the road. The letter read.

Hey neighbours

As some of you might have already noticed at number 22 Nettle Street we have a produce cart next to our letterbox.  Everyone is welcome to pop by on their walks and see what we have available.  It will vary from season to season as we are experimenting with growing different veggies.

CRU Workshop

The Outlook, Boonah
Friday, 23 May, 2014 (All day)

Starting with Gifts and Possibilities:  Creating a Bold and Empowering Vision for All the Family
For more information about this event click here

Mt Gravatt - Planning for Now Tomorrow and the Future - A short presentation

MT GRAVATT - Pave the Way offices, Level 1, 1428 Logan Road
Saturday, 17 May, 2014 - 09:00 to 12:00

Pave the Way presents a free short presentation for families of people with disabilities.

Aimee McVeigh, consultant with Pave the Way is offering a presentation for families and friends that explores the issues of preparing and planning for the future and keeping people safe in the long term.  The presentation will look at a variety of issues – developing a vision and building networks of support; guardianship and administration and wills and trusts.  It may also be of interest to adult brothers or sisters, or other members of your extended family.