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Embracing technology, encouraging innovation and skilling workers for the jobs of the future are some of the priorities for action targeted in a newly released strategy for Queensland’s community services industry. Developed jointly by industry members and the Queensland Government, Partnering for...
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Applications are invited for one-off funding of up to $3,000 to deliver events, projects or activities during Queensland Women's Week 2018 (3 to 11 March 2018). The events, projects and activities should inspire the Queensland community to respect women, embrace gender equality and promote and...
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As the NDIS is rolled out across Queensland, people with disability will receive their disability supports, including aids, equipment and assistive technologies from the NDIS. Under the NDIS, this is collectively called 'assistive technology'. NDIS participants can choose to source their assistive...
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The Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA) is holding a seminar in Brisbane on personal liability under the Fair Work Act. Last year the Fair Work Ombudsman ran an extensive audit campaign in the Health Care and Social Assistance Industry, including many community service organisations. Of the...
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Queensland Government media release Vulnerable families in Toowoomba will now have access to new intensive and specialist support services to help keep their children safely at home and out of the child protection system. Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman today visited Uniting Care Community,...
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The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) has released the More than safe statement - a shared lens through which we can all focus on keeping Queensland's children more than safe. In a short video , Principal Commissioner Cheryl Vardon and Queensland Council of Social Service CEO Mark...
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Queensland Government media release One of Queensland’s leading carers’ support agencies is set to continue receiving funding from the Palaszczuk Government as it transitions to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Disability Services Minister and Member for Mundingburra Coralee O’...
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Queensland Government media release Domestic and family violence services in Moranbah and Clermont will be boosted with an extra $1.01 million in Queensland Government funding for counselling and court support. Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, Shannon Fentiman visited...
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The Australia Council of Social Service (ACOSS) is campaigning against the government's Welfare Reform Bill as they believe it will increase pressure on people living in poverty. They are asking for signatures for their petition Stop the cuts. Stop the attack which calls on the government to...
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NAPCAN will be holding a series of child safety workshops throughout Queensland for anyone who works either directly or indirectly with children. Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention / Mandatory Reporting Workshop - for all employees/volunteers who work with children to ensure that they understand...

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