A new resource produced by 1800RESPECT provides information for people concerned about or experiencing financial abuse. The resource explains what financial abuse can look like, the contrast between financial abuse and a healthy relationship, the nature of financial abuse in a domestic and family...
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Queensland Government media release Queenslanders and families in need of extra help over the festive season will be able to access Emergency Relief support such as food vouchers and third-party payments, thanks to ongoing Palaszczuk Government funding. Eighty-three Emergency Relief services will...
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National Disability Services has six new webinars on reliable record keeping for frontline staff and managers. Topics include why reliable record keeping is important, the characteristics of reliable record keeping, tips and strategies and case studies. Each webinar is 20 minutes and is accompanied...
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A review of Queensland’s tenancy laws is underway to ensure the rental needs of Queenslanders are met now and into the future. With more Queenslanders renting, and renting for longer, it is important that tenancy laws support individuals and families to find a safe and stable home in rental...
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Volunteering Australia has announced they will be establishing a national Volunteering Resource Hub. The Resource Hub will be a centralised place where volunteer management professionals go to for resources, tools and templates. To have your say on what should be included in the Resource Hub take...
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The Queensland Human Rights Act will come into effect on 1 January 2020. Community Legal Centres Queensland are currently exploring ways to help community organisations become Human Rights Act Ready. They have developed a short survey to better understand what you and your organisation need. To...
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The NDIS website has a range of market information and data and insights including downloadable reports, presentations and spreadsheets, to help understand the NDIS both in Queensland and nationally. The latest NDIA quarterly performance report for Quarter 1, 2019-20 is now available. The...
With the commencement of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission, there are important changes to reporting responsibilities of service providers especially in relation to the use of restrictive practices. The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors has developed information...
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Queensland Government media release Queenslanders and families in need of extra help over the festive season will be able to access Emergency Relief support such as food vouchers and third-party payments, thanks to ongoing Palaszczuk Government funding. Eighty-three Emergency Relief services will...
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The Human Rights Act 2019 creates important opportunities to address human rights violations of vulnerable Queenslanders, including people with disability. With the commencement of the obligations under this legislation from 1 January 2020, the Act will be another tool for advocates to use to...

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