The disability employment market is now open for business as part of the Government’s commitment to helping people with disability find jobs.
The Commonwealth Government will provide an additional 150 bursaries to help young carers further their education
The Abbott Government has today unveiled a new initiative to help people with disability access advocacy services.
The Abbott Government will deliver funding certainty to the families of children with autism who access early intervention services across Australia.
It is deeply disappointing that Labor have sought to mislead the Australian people on the Government’s BSWAT payment scheme legislation.
NSW Minister for Disabilities John Ajaka and federal Assistant Minister for Social Services, Mitch Fifield, today welcomed the announcement of a joint National Disability Insurance Scheme next stage plan by NSW Premier Mike Baird.
The Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield, today announced the appointment of Mr David Tune AO PSM as Chair of the Government’s Aged Care Sector Committee.
The Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield, today announced an 18-month trial of new, more flexible ways for Disability Employment Service providers to work with jobseekers and employers.
The Abbott Government today delivered certainty to thousands of people with disability, carers, families and their advocates by extending funding for a range of programmes transitioning to the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Senator Mitch Fifield, the Assistant Minister for Social Services, today kicked off the search for the nation’s outstanding Australian Disability Enterprise, with award nominations now open.