Interchange will be making a submission to assist the Royal Commission with their inquiry into the use of restrictive practices on people with disability.
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Zero Tolerance at Interchange We are shocked and saddened to hear the devastating news over the weekend of . The...
The Rotary Employment Project focuses on finding opportunities within the community that connect an individual to employment, based on their interests and skill sets.
(WAiS) is hosting two online workshops around sexuality and people with disability. The workshops will be run by expert Lud...
Everyone has a story - Share YOURS! Carers WA is working together with Screenwest for a one-off opportunity for a Western Australian Producer or Production Company to work with emerging storytellers and practitioners who identify as disability-diverse. They are looking for 12 community members who have a disability and are willing to share their stories of how they contribute to their communities.
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.
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.
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.