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Risk and Safety - Other Resources January 2016
The Risk and Safety Other resources contain additional information and links relating to supporting a person with disability to assess and manage risk using person centred practices.
Risk and Safety - Policy January 2016
The Risk and Safety Policy provide a set of guiding principles for supporting people to make decisions that involve some risk to them. These principles provide the framework for the identification, assessment and management of [...]
Risk and Safety - Procedures January 2016
The Risk and Safety Procedures guide users through the steps required to identify, assess and manage risk in a person centred environment.
Risk and Safety - Tools and Templates January 2016
The Risk and Safety Tools and templates provide resources to be used in the practice of person centred risk management when supporting people to have choice and control in their lives.
Rostering Principles - Procedures September 2010
The Rostering Principles Procedures describe the rostering provisions of the Community Living Award 2010 (CLA).
Rostering Principles September 2010
The Rostering Principles sets out the principles to be applied in the rostering of staff in line with the Community Living Award 2010 (CLA).
Policies on how to support people with a disability to maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle and a sense of well-being.
This document is a Schedule 3 Code of Conduct for Residential Units from Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Regulation 2000.
Self assessment guide for CCSP providers with Home Care Standards accreditation
This guide is designed to assist service providers to achieve third party verification against the NSW Disability Service Standards and is a resource to support the ADHC Quality Policy
Sexuality and Relationship - Guidelines January 2016
The Guidelines are intended to provide direction about the roles and responsibilities of all supporters to enhance opportunities for people while exercising their duty of care to avoid harm.