Technology Inclusion DAPA has started Social Inclusion Project last July. From to-date we gave $3000 to celebrate anniversary with Eastwood Senior Citizen Club and $1000 for serving the drinks at Special Olympic Upper North Shore Club Golf tournament. In addition we are contributing $5000 to Ku-ring-gai 10K Fun Run event to help raising fund for…
NDIS – Sunnyfield Differently Abled Team Job DAPA is in the middle of NDIS audit as our last audit has been passed three years ago. We have neglected in updating our policy and procedures during that period while trying to cope with knowing how to deal with NDIS processes along
NDIS – DAPA’s Job Creation Initiation with Sunnyfield Sunnyfield and DAPA combines to form Sunnyfield Differently Abled Team engaging in data entry jobs in the IT industry. The first attempt was to create a data entry job for SBS project starting in August for approximately the next two months.
Download Free Our Ryde (IOS)/(Android) App and receive $30 voucher. Claim at Granny Smith Festival at the DAPA Booth, 1 voucher per person, per device. For first 100 downloads.
Stronger Forever Program DAPA has upgraded the Stronger Forever Program Handbook to be in line with NDIS service delivery. It now shows all the services we can provide under different categories, such as Core Support, Capacity Building
New Office space in Chatswood Starting in July, DAPA will have a new data Collection office in Chatswood within Sunnyfield Enterprise.
Success for DAPA with another Grant Program: This year, DAPA received a grant for Social Inclusion from Ryde Council to support our local inclusion activity. We would be highlighting some activities through our Our Ryde phone App to encourage local communities and businesses to pay more attention to Inclusion for people with Disabilities and other…
NDIS–Disability and Inclusion NDIS has opened the application for Information Linkages and Capacity Building grants. Government will give $51m for the next three years for national information program. In this round of community grant, service providers can apply for up to $300,000.
NDIS–Disability and Employment The federal government announced a $33m for Boosting the Local Care Workforce (BLCW) program in December last year. It is intended to build disability sector capacity and service provider readiness under.
NDIS–Disability and Employment We mentioned in our November 2018 Newsletter that studies for service providers, carers, participants and support workers need to be analysed. From 626 service providers surveyed, over 50% of them reporting worse operating environment, and 80% showed sign of uncertainty (https://www.nds.org.au/news/state-of-the-disability-sector-report-2018).