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New e-learning module for NSW Disability Service Standards

The module assists ADHC staff and funded service providers in understanding ADHC’s quality requirements.

Disability Service

The NSW Government has announced the next stage of the disability services transfer, with an Expression of Interest (EOI) opening mid-May 2016

To support the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), the NSW Government is transferring all of its specialist disability services to the non-government sector by July 2018.

A short-haired lady in a blue v-neck top, wearing a black wristwatch, holds a white landline phone to her ear. Behind her, there are children's drawings stuck to the wall. A semi-transparent white text box to the right of her head contains blue-green text reading, "Helping people with decision making."

Helping people with decision making

Learn more about Supported Decision Making (SDM), a process of assisting a person with disability to make their own decisions. Find resources that will help you apply SDM.

Setting standards and building sector capacity for NDIS

Free practitioner core standard workshops will be held at 20 key regional and metro centres across NSW from 03 February to 27 April 2016. The workshops have been designed for practitioners, nurses and administrators working to support people with disability

Latest news

FACS 2016-17 Budget

On Tuesday 21 June the NSW Government brought down the 2016-17 Budget. The Family and Community Services total budget is $6.4 billion.

Updates to the FACS Statistics website released

Today we released the FACS statistical report 2014-15 and updated the interactive data on the FACS Statistics website.

ChildStory, one step closer

The ChildStory program has moved one step closer to delivering solutions to the child protection sector with the beginning of the deployment phase of the program. 

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