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9:00 am – 12:00 pm AEDT
The NSW Government would like to consult with you on the review of the Disability Inclusion Act Review 2014.
- People with disability, their families and carers
- Disability service providers
- Anyone who wants to provide feedback on the review
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ACDT
We're taking Nest on the road to give disability housing providers and people with disability (plus their carers and support network) the chance to meet in person and chat about what's available and what they need and want in a home.
Sunday 23rd February 11am - 2.30pm Entry by donation.
Come and meet the players of the West Adelaide Thunder Wheelchair Basketball team from 12pm and watch a game!! Listen to CADL client ‘DJ on Wheels’ performance.
For more information contact 8562 4000
Developing independence with using the toilet is a milestone for children which involves a range of motor, language and thinking skills.
This training will give volunteers the opportunity to ask questions, learn strategies, and gain confidence in order to engage positively with people with disability.
The Hunter Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated Disability Expo on the 2020 Hunter Calendar.
Gold Coast Seniors are embracing the 'Just Live Expo' as a way to control how they want to live their lives now, whilst at the same time plan for the future.
13th -14th May In 2020, the ATSA Independent Living Expo is set to have more than 100 exhibitors displaying a wide range of products and services in assistive technology, mobility solutions, pressure care, employment support, accessible recreation/holiday ideas, modified motor vehicles and a lot more.
Autism SA is thrilled to be welcoming Dr Stephen Shore to present the 2020 Autism Conference Series at Adelaide Oval on Friday 29 May 2020!
The Gold Coast Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated Disability Expo on the 2020 Gold Coast City Calendar.
The Geelong Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated Disability Event on the 2020 Calendar.
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM AEST
Disability Insiders and Disability Support Centre are now proudly working together to bring free workshops to our local community.
Everything students, families-carers, schools, services and providers need to know about moving to life after school or other study with disability… education, employment, apprenticeships/traineeships, community connections, advocacy, disability services, support services, information, and more!
10:30 am – 11:30 am ACST
Join the friendly Multicultural Services team from the Department of Human Services (Centrelink, Medicare, Child Support) for a short and informative session on the Disability Support Pension.
The Sydney Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated Disability Expo on the 2020 Sydney calendar.
With the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, thousands of Nepean, Hawkesbury & Blue Mountains residents with disabilities have gained greater control over their lives and the services and products they need to live their lives to the fullest.
It is pitched at PBS practitioners, team leaders, and allied health practitioners.This training is focussed on people working in disability, and is relevant to many disability types such as autism (ASD), intellectual disability (ID), and acquired brain injury (ABI).
The Brisbane Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated all ages, all abilities disability specific Expo on the 2019 Brisbane Calendar.
People with Disability are embracing My Future, My Choice as a way to control how they want to live their lives now and plan for the future.
8:30 am – 11:00 am AEDT
International Day of People With Disability (IDPWD) is a United Nations sanctioned day that is celebrated internationally. It aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability and celebrate their achievements and contributions.