The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) considers that the following key principles inform the delivery of social services in Queensland:

  • Inclusive social and economic policy
  • Human rights instruments as key reference points for policy and practice
  • Practice informed by evidence and lived experience
  • Focus on prevention and early intervention
  • Focus on person-centred policy and practice
  • People who use services actively informing the policy decisions that impact on their lives
  • Communities actively informing local responses to need
  • Timely access to data for planning and measuring impact
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Be Connected is a free program for older Australians to help them increase their online confidence and skills, and realise the benefits of going online. Older Australians can access the program to learn the basics of how to use a digital device, send emails, use Facebook and other social media,...
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Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) invites you to join them for My Housing Matters - Imagine the home you want to live in. Explore the pros and cons of options currently available in the private and public housing sectors. The workshop includes: Practical, hands on workshop for people with...
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The National Disability Services (NDS) released their flagship report the State of Disability Sector Report 2017 in early December. Alongside the report they have developed a helpful factsheet with key statistics from the report. The report is based on responses from more than 500 disability...
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In Australia, one woman is murdered almost every week by a current or former partner. Our Watch has teamed up with our National Sporting Organisations to tackle the attitudes and behaviours that drive violence against women. The campaign #MoreThanASpectator encourages people to speak out on...
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National Disability Services (NDS) in conjunction with The MindShift Foundation invites you to the first CEO Boardroom lunch for 2018. The guest speaker is Fran Connelley, a non-profit marketing specialist and the author of How to thrive under the NDIS . At the lunch Fran will talk about the...
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A forum on disaster preparedness for the aged care sector will be held in Logan on 14 December 2017. The forum aims to identify risks; then explore and agree on actions we can take toegther to ensure older people who may be vulnerable to disasters within the Logan area, are best supported and...
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International Volunteer Day is celebrated worldwide, on 5 December, to recognise the positive solidarity of volunteers around the world. Estimates suggest that there are a billion people in the world who volunteer each year and those numbers rise when tragedy strikes. In Queensland, alone, more...
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NDS invites you to participate in this two-day workshop Strategic Foresight for your NDIS Transition and Beyond, to build foresight capacity and futures-flexibility to transform your organisation for successful operation under the NDIS. What new strategies can disability services organisations...
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Reconciliation Australia has announced the end of the Recognise campaign. Following months of community consultation, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates met in May this year for a large deliberative event about the path to constitutional reform. Reconciliation Australia says the output...
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Below are some considerations for disaster planning for services providing accommodation to clients e.g. placement services and diversionary services These are only suggested considerations and do not replace any advice received from relevant authorities. Make sure all staff are aware of the agency...

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