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Aboriginal Disability Network NSW (ADNNSW) is an organisation of, and for Aboriginal people with disability. Our major aims are:

  • empowerment and promotion of the rights of Aboriginal people with disability
  • the creation of a society in which Aboriginal people with disability can fully participate.

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Front of a building with a sign above the door, yellow text on a blue background: Centre for Community.

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW and Brain Injury Association of NSW are holding an information forum in Broken Hill on Thursday 12 March 2015, 10:00am to 3:00pm. Come along to find out about: 

  • disability services reforms and what they mean for you
  • the National Disability Insurance Scheme and how to get ready for it
  • information and support for individuals and families affected by brain injury
  • the full range of disability services and supports in Broken Hill.

Read more: Broken Hill information share

Kent House in Armidale.

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW is a workshop in Armidale about how to prepare for the new disability services reforms.

Everyone is welcome. Lunch and refreshments provided.

Where: Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street.

When: Friday 24 April 2015, 10:00am to 12:30pm.

Further information: Please contact June or Dianne, email enquiries@adnnsw.org.au or phone 02 8399 0881.

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Aboriginal Disability Network NSW presents a workshop for Aboriginal service providers.

The workshop will include:

  • a healing presentation
  • legalities of consortiums, partnerships and MOUs
  • how to market your service.

Read more: Mindaribba service provider workshop