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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 29 June

  • Operational planning – office closed

Tuesday 30 June

  • Operational planning – office closed
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)

Sunrise over the water as viewed from above the beach at Ballina.

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

Everyone is welcome. Lunch and refreshments provided.

Where: Richmond Room, 5 Regatta Avenue.
When: Monday 1 June 2015, 10:00am to 2:00pm.

In partnership with On Track Community Programs and Lifebridge.

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

Photo: Early Morning Sun, Ballina, NSW, Australia (Ben Ashmole / CC BY-NC 2.0)

31 March 2015

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW (ADNNSW) welcomes the pledge made by the NSW Government just prior to the election, to bring forward the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for children in the Western Sydney region. The implementation of the NDIS offers significant opportunities for ‘choice and control’ for people with disability.

Read more: Aboriginal Disability Network NSW welcomes NDIS launch in Western Sydney - ADNNSW media release