AMPARO Advocacy partnered with Griffith University, Queenslanders with Disability Network, and Community Resource Unit to hold a one day forum to explore what steps would ensure that people from CALD backgrounds with disability are best supported by the NDIS. This forum quickly booked out but...
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What is the impact of BYOD (bring your own device) programs in schools? ABC's Kathy Mcleish talks to Mark Henley, QCOSS CEO and others about the implications. Queensland schools' BYOD program risks leaving poorer students behind, QTU says Queensland's education authorities are being warned that...
A new early childhood education website will help parents give their children a confident start to life and support parents as they make important decisions about their child’s education. The website provides tips for families to help their children get ready for Kindy which in turn will help them...
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has released its Discussion Paper on law reform options to address elder abuse. Australia has a rapidly ageing population and, with it, increasing rates of elder abuse. The ALRC is looking at how Australian laws can better protect older Australians, and...
Applications are invited for one-off funding of up to $800,000 (GST exclusive) for the Provision of Robust Specialist Disability Accommodation Property for people with a disability in the Cairns area of the Far North Queensland Region. Capital grant funding of $800,000 is available to either...
RMIT University's Heatwaves, Homes and Health project seeks to understand how vulnerable households are coping with heatwaves – including any health, wellbeing or financial impacts related to home cooling. The findings will inform policy and programs to better support households during heatwaves...
On 21 September 2016, the Premier of Queensland requested the Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) undertake a review of the blue card system, the approval and monitoring processes for foster carers (including kinship carers and provisionally approved carers) and pressure points in child...
Community groups who want to make the 2017 Queensland Women’s Week celebrations a big success are invited to apply for a share of $150,000 to host events, projects and activities that promote women. Community organisations across the state can apply for grants of up to $3,000 to hold celebrations...
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Queensland Government Media Release Homelessness in Logan goes mobile with Dignity First Logan people experiencing homelessness will be better connected to family, friends and support services with YFS today named as a recipient of the Palaszczuk Government’s Dignity First Fund. Minister for...
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Domestic violence trial gives tailored help to working women A new project in Queensland will provide extra support to working women affected by domestic and family violence so they can stay in the job and have financial stability. Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Shannon...

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