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NDIS rolls out across half of NSW

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) begins rolling out across half of NSW from today, 1 July 2016.

Disability Service

Expression of Interest for the transfer of NSW disability services to the non-government sector have now closed

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 30 June 2018.

adhc web quality training tiles

New e-learning module for NSW Disability Service Standards

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

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.

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The Art of Ageing Exhibition

Come along to the exhibition and challenge your perceptions, discover the full picture.

Aboriginal community to play a key role in child protection matters

The Guiding Principles Yarning Circle (GPYC) has been created to ensure, improve and support Aboriginal community participation in decision making regarding the care and protection of Aboriginal children across NSW.

FACS Caseworkers and the integrity of child protection assessments

At the Upper House Parliamentary Inquiry earlier this week, questions were raised about how many caseworkers are employed by Family and Community Services (FACS).

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