The Australian Government is delivering employment certainty for up to 20,000 people with disability by committing more than $650 million to Australian Disability Enterprise (ADE) jobs over the next three years.
The Coalition Government will invest $1 million in a new initiative to help young people with mental illness find jobs.
The Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield, today released the latest Quarterly Report of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Applications for the Aged Care Approvals Round (ACAR) opened today, with existing and prospective providers of Australian Government-funded aged care encouraged to apply.
The Business Services Wage Assessment Tool (BSWAT) payment scheme has opened for registrations and applications.
The Australian Government is calling for feedback on an options paper released as part of its review of Commonwealth Aged Care Advocacy Services.
A plan for much-needed new staff accommodation at the Blue Care Star of the Sea Elders Village on Thursday Island will become a reality thanks to a Federal Government grant.
The 2016 Young Carer Bursary Programme will deliver 333 bursaries worth $3,000 each to assist young carers up to 25 years old to continue studying and to relieve the financial pressure on them to work in addition to their caring.
The 2015 National Disability Awards open today, giving Australians the chance to acknowledge the many people, organisations and initiatives across the country that make a positive impact on the lives of people with disability.
A funding boost to the Home and Community Care programme in Victoria will deliver an extra 200,000 hours of care and support in the home to older people, younger people with disability and their carers.