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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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ADNNSW this week

Monday 25 August

  • Meeting with NSW Ageing, Disability and Home Care

Wednesday 26 August

  • NSW Family and Community Services out of home care and housing co-design workshops

Thursday 27 August

  • NSW Family and Community Services Aboriginal Advisory Committee

Friday 28 August

  • NSW Family and Community Services Aboriginal Advisory Committee
A red-brick and cream building featuring arches across the front seen from across a road, trees standing in a roundabout partly cover the view.

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW is sharing information about how to prepare for the new disability services reforms in the North Western region. Everyone is welcome.

Lightning Ridge: Thursday 13 August 2015, time and place TBA.

Narrabri: Tuesday 11 August 2015, 12:00pm–3:00pm, Narrabri Local Aboriginal Land Council, 96 Barwan Street.

Walgett: Wednesday 12 August 2015, 2:00pm–3:30pm, place TBA.

Wee Waa: Wednesday 12 August 2015, Wee Waa Community Care Service, 48 Cowper Street.

Further information: Please contact Andrew 0429 534 911.

Photo: Narrabri Post Office by Ian Bailey (own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

A lake framed by green vegetation on two sides under a clear blue sky.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is being gradually introduced across the country with a range of trial sites leading to a full rollout by 2019. Eventually, the program will be worth $20 billion a year. But the questions are being asked about how it will work in small country towns. 

Will small towns attract service providers for the NDIS? - ABCTV Lateline

Photo: Menindee Lakes (Hindaandjohn / CC BY-NC 2.0)

A green pond, leaves float on the surface, orange rocks around the edge. Tall trees in the distance. Grey clouds hang in the sky above.

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW is sharing information about how to prepare for the new disability services reforms in the Central Western region. Everyone is welcome.

  • Condobolin: Tuesday 9 June 2015, 10:00am to 2:00pm, Wiradjuri Study Centre, Corner Cunningham and McDonnell Streets.
  • Dubbo: Friday 12 June 2015, 10:00am to 2:00pm, Neighbourhood Centre, 1/80 Gipps Street.
  • Parkes:  Wednesday 10 June 2015, 10:00am to 2:00pm, 80-82 Currajong Street.

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

Photo: Dubbo Japanese Garden (Halans / CC BY NC 2.0)