SkillsLink2Work is a new website that helps carers translate their skills, knowledge and experience into a work skills report that can be used when applying for jobs.
Disability support workers can now access a new presentation on oral care for people with disability.
We recently launched a smartphone app for young people leaving care. Resolve helps these young people on their journey to independence. It gives them access to information they need, when they need it and just a click away.
The NSW Government has announced that nine parties have been shortlisted to develop proposals to tap into the Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF), which will deliver an additional 3,000 social and affordable homes in its first phase and slash waiting lists for vulnerable families.
Assistant Minister for Disability Services the Hon Jane Prentice MP and NSW Minister for Ageing and Disability Services the Hon John Ajaka today launched the SkillsLink2Work website and toolkit.
Homeless children and young people will have access to shelter any hour of the day or night thanks to a $23 million funding boost to youth crisis refuges.
To support the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), the NSW Government is transferring all of its specialist disability services to the non-government sector by July 2018.
Minister for Disability Services John Ajaka today announced that the NSW Government would soon take the next major step in its delivery of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in NSW, with an Expression of Interest (EOI) opening in mid-May 2016 for all government operated disability services.
Minister for Family and Community Services Brad Hazzard today announced $825,000 funding for a service which provides free legal help to not-for-profit organisations to allow them to better serve our most vulnerable.
Homeless youth in Sydney’s West will benefit from the purchase of a $2.5 million unit block by the NSW Government to be used as affordable and transitional housing.
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