NDIS delay is not OK
Dr George Taleporos Ramp Up 1 Apr 2014 Findings from a recent review of NDIA capabilities have led to speculation that the NDIS rollout could be delayed beyond 2019.
The Age Ashburton woman lives in 'hell' while waiting on disability support register
Topic: For Clients, Information, News, Resources, State Government
State dealing with 300 cases of disabled abuse by carers
Recent news article in the Age
Newsletter Autumn - Speaking Up
Hear what Laurie Harkin has to say in the latest edition of Speaking Up the Disability Services Commisioners' newsletter...
Topic: For Clients, Humans Rights, Information, News
Nominations open for Disability Reference Group
The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission is calling for expressions of interest for people to join our Disability Reference Group (DRG) for 2014 – 2016.
Topic: Human Rights, News, Resources
WA to review disability justice
The Australian Human Rights Commission has received assurances from the West Australian government that it will take into account indefinite detention of people with disability in its current review of criminal legislation.
Topic: For Clients, Human Rights, News
AFDO CEO calls for an end to institutionalised living for people with disabili
AFDO CEO, Matthew Wright briefed the Parliamentary Joint Committee on NDIS at Parliament House on Wednesday 26 March, before speaking to the Community Housing Federation of Australia forum calling for an end to institutionalised living for people with disability.
Topic: For Clients, Human Rights, NDIS, News
Visioning for 2014 -15 and beyond
Topic: Events, Forums, News, Training
CommBank To Deliver $2 Million in Community Grants
Tim Wilson joins Human Rights Commission
Topic: Events, Human Rights, News
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