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Zero Tolerance against Abuse

Zero Tolerance is an initiative led by National Disability Services in partnership with the disability sector to assist disability service providers to understand, implement and improve practices which safeguard the rights of people they support.
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Disability Royal Commission – Health Care

The first hearing of 2020 for the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability starts today in Sydney. The public hearing will be focusing on the provision of health care for people with cognitive disability including people with intellectual disability, autism and acquired brain injuries.  
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We Think You Are Awesome – Gerri Walton

"I had a car crash in 2013 and couldn’t walk for nearly a year. I got around in a wheelchair or was carried around in the house by my partner. I realised how difficult it must be for others who had to live like that permanently. So I wanted to give something back."
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Stories of Interchange – Meet Shay!

About a year ago Shay moved out of her mother’s house. She wanted to live her own life and make her own decisions. Shay is now self-sufficient and living independently. With a little support, she manages her own laundry, shopping, cleaning and meal preparation.
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We Think You Are Awesome – James Fallah

James has been part of the Interchange family for about 5 years, and for him the organisation and the things we do stand out because we are putting our motto "Everyone belongs" into action every single day. 
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Have your voice heard – What does good quality support look like?

Western Australia’s Individualised Services is hosting a forum for their NDIS Workforce Capability Framework project. The forum is for people, their carers, families, workers and service providers to talk about what good quality support looks like and how to improve the quality of this support.
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Stories of Interchange – Meet Regan

Encouraged by his support worker Regan started attending the Fremantle Men’s Shed eighteen months ago. Since then, he’s developed a passion for woodwork and his skills and social life are flourishing.
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Flexibility in transport funding for NDIS participants

Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Stuart Robert, today announced more flexibility and increased choice for participants accessing...
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We Think You Are Awesome – Judith Obai

"If we took time to listen and understand the people we support, or any disabled person in our lives, we could earn and gain a lot of wisdom as they have lived the experience.” - Judith Obai
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UPDATE – Disability Royal Commission

People with disability, like everyone else in our community, have the right to live free of violence, abuse, neglect and...
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