Disability Council NSW

The Disability Council is the official advisory body to the NSW Government. The purpose of the Council is to provide the Minister for Disability Services and NSW Government with independent advice on matters that affect people with disability in NSW.

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  • NSW Ombudsman Training Calendar July-December 2016

    The NSW Ombudsman offers a range of quality, affordable training workshops based on almost 35 years of experience in assisting the public, government agencies and non-government organisations to improve their administrative conduct, decision-making and standards of service delivery.

  • Conference for People with Intellectual Disability

    The Annual Having-a-Say Conference in Geelong, for people with Intellectual Disability, will happen from 8 to 10 February 2017.

  • Report on NDIS Payments Problems released

    PWC was commissioned to investigate the problems in the NDIS payments system that saw many service providers owed thousands, sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars for services provided under the NDIS to people with disability. The report has been released, and can be accessed at REPORT

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