The Department of Social Services (DSS) is inviting people with disability, their carers and families to complete the 2016 Progress Report Stakeholder Engagement Survey.
An important part of the work of DSS doing is finding out what people with disability, their families and carers think about disability in Australia and the National Disability Strategy 2010-2020 (the Strategy).
The survey includes questions about things like health care, employment and access to the local community for people with disability.
Your feedback will help the government to create better policies, programs and communities so people with disability are able to lead happy and fulfilling lives.
If you would like to complete the 2016 Progress Report Stakeholder Survey, click here!
Since 1964, Autism SA has been the recognised leader for helping families and individuals on the autism spectrum. Our founding members were families driven by the desire to ensure that they had access to the best information, education, treatment and support. They advocated for acceptance and understanding. They encouraged research and leadership in the community. We have remained true to our beginnings to ensure that people on the autism spectrum get the most out of life.
People on the autism spectrum are at the centre of everything we do - we provide individualised and person-centred services and support. Whether you are a person on the spectrum and/or a family member, carer or a professional looking for the latest information about autism, Autism SA can assist you.
Our expert staff team deliver a range of quality services that are innovative and follow evidence based practice that are of world class standards.
Autism SA aims to improve life outcomes for people on the autism spectrum by providing and facilitating the very best information, connections, expertise, education, services, support and a strong representative voice for people in our community.
Autism SA is accredited and registered as a provider through:
• National Disability Insurance Agency;
• South Australian State Government Provider Panel.
Do you find our information and services useful?
We invite you to take the time to peruse our website and if you require any further information, advice or support please call Autism SA on 1300 288 476 (1300 AUTISM).