2015 Simply the Best Customer Service Awards finalists20 Nov 2015
After receiving over 600 nominations for the Simply the Best Customer Service Awards, we are excited to announce the 2015 Awards finalists.
Active Support = Happy Life13 Nov 2015
Active Support assists people with disability to make their own decisions and promotes participation in everyday activities.
Who Cares? for young carers2 Oct 2015
A new mobile app has been developed for young carers. It is now available to download for free from the App store or Google Play.
Delivering the NDIS to more than half of eligible Australians16 Sep 2015
The Commonwealth, New South Wales and Victorian governments today signed the first agreements for the full roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
NDIS rollout in NSW announced16 Sep 2015
A historic agreement signed by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and NSW Premier Mike Baird has delivered certainty for how and when the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will roll out across NSW.
Applications for membership of the Disability Council NSW2 Sep 2015
The Disability Council NSW wants people with disability and other members of the community to become members of the Council.
The new operator of Home Care is Australian Unity28 Aug 2015
The new operator of Home Care is Australian Unity. Home Care will transfer to Australian Unity by early 2016
Nominate a FACS employee for the 2015 Simply the Best Customer Service Awards24 Aug 2015
The Simply the Best Customer Service Awards celebrate outstanding contributions FACS employees make to reducing disadvantage in NSW, and form part of FACS Employee Recognition Framework. Nominations for the Awards open on Monday 24 August and close Friday 9 October 2015.
NSW Seniors Week grants now open4 Aug 2015
$200,000 available for organisations to present events for seniors during NSW Seniors Week (1 – 10 April 2016)
New resources on individualised funding21 Jul 2015
FACS has released the Individual Funding Handbook and the Individual Funding Packages: Guidance for Intermediaries. These resources will help people with disability, their families and carers as well as the sector to better understand how individualised funding can be used in NSW.