For the past decade, Don’t DIS my ABILITY has celebrated the diversity and ability of people with disability in NSW
Amplify your art is a professional development grant program for NSW artists with a disability. Grants will be awarded for amounts between $5,000 and $10,000 to individual artists
Earlier this year, Ageing, Disability and Home Care (ADHC) held a number of community consultations across NSW as the first step in the review process of the Disability Services Act 1993 (the Act).
The new Minister for Disability Services and Ageing and Minister for the Illawarra, the Hon John Ajaka MLC, takes some time out to introduce himself.
NSW Treasurer Mike Baird and Minister for Family and Community Services Pru Goward announced the NSW Government has signed a contract for Australia’s second Social Benefit Bond. The bond will fund the Benevolent Society to support some of NSW’s most vulnerable families.
In NSW, there are approximately 7,000 people affected with over 40 different neuromuscular conditions. Most of these are degenerative conditions that start in either childhood or adulthood and involve loss of muscle strength over time.
The NSW Government is committed to a person centred disability system, one that meets the individual needs and goals of people with a disability and supports them to realise their potential. In line with the NDIS and to support reforms under Stronger Together 2, new disability legislation will be developed for NSW by the Department of Family and Community Services.
NSW Minister for Disability Services Andrew Constance has joined people with disability, their families and carers at Northcott Disability Services in North Parramatta, to celebrate the historic agreement with the Commonwealth to fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Launch of the NSW National Disability Strategy Implementation Plan 2012 - 2014.
NSW Minister for Disability Services Andrew Constance today called for employers to see the potential and talent of people with disability at the launch of the Don't DIS my ABILITY campaign at the head office of PricewaterhouseCoopers.
On 20 September 2012 the NSW Parliament formally offered its deepest and sincerest apology for the mothers, adopted children and families who were negatively affected by the forced adoption practices of the past.