Category: Resources

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Financial assistance for people impacted by the pandemic

18 January 2022

Did you know there is still financial assistance and grants available from the Government if you are impacted by COVID? The Victorian Government is ensuring all Victorians can continue to access the critical help they need to stay safe and well with an additional $27 million for more food and financial relief for our most […]

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Updated NDIS Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) operational guidelines

29 November 2021

The NDIS have updated the Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) operational guidelines. They’ve made them simpler, clearer and easy to use, giving you more information about how home and living supports are funded. They provide greater clarity about home and living supports, and what the NDIS can and can’t fund. The […]

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Are you really ok?

8 September 2021

COVID has impacted so many in our community and now, more than ever, we need to ask RUOK? We encourage our community to reach out and ask the question to family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. Start the conversation that could change a life. Learn how to ask at ruok.org.au Also, please remember, its ok to […]

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Promoting good life stories of people with disability

22 July 2021

The Belonging Matters Podcast focuses on the good life for people with disabilities, with real life stories from people with disabilities and their families, as well as professionals and advocates. With 17 episodes to date, the podcasts explore bias, inclusion, community, developmental potential, social roles and belonging, with more promised to come.

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