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This one-day forum is a must-attend event for all those in the Victorian disability sector.
The Victorian Government’s response to the 2016 Parliamentary Inquiry into Abuse in Disability Services listed a number of measures designed to strengthen the oversight of disability services as part of the transition to the NDIS.
At this forum, you will learn more about what this increased oversight will mean for the delivery of disability services and hear from the different agencies that play a part in the safeguarding system.
You’ll also have the choice of attending presentations and workshops on:
Date: Tuesday 12 September 2017
Time: 9am – 5pm
Location: Melbourne Convention Centre
*Ticket inclusions: Entry to all conference sessions, welcome coffee and tea, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, pdf presentations emailed to you after the event
For more information or financial assistance with tickets for people with a disability, please contact Disability Services Commissioner on email@example.com or 1300 728 187.
Who should attend this forum?
All those involved in the disability sector, including:
What did the Victorian Government commit to in their response to the Parliamentary Inquiry?
The Victorian Government announced a range of measures relating to a Zero Tolerance approach to abuse of people with a disability. This included increased oversight of the sector, workforce changes, incident reporting changes, and increased funding for advocacy.
For more information about increased oversight and enhanced powers of the Disability Services Commissioner, read the Commissioner’s media release: http://www.odsc.vic.gov.au/2016/11/24/breaking-news-dsc-motion-powers-investigate-abuse-disability-services/
For more information about other measures taken by the Victorian Government, read the Government’s media release: http://www.premier.vic.gov.au/protecting-the-safety-of-people-with-a-disability/
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