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A newly published paper from DSC: ‘Disability services complaints data (2007 - 15): What have we learned so far?'.
Everyone, including people with disability, has the right to access the justice system.
Speaking Up is Important – a recap of the 2017 Having A Say Conference.
We are running a free information session on April 27 on the requirements of annual complaints reporting for FY 2016-17.
A letter from the Commissioner published in the Ballarat Courier, the Ararat Advertiser and the Stawell Times-News.
DSC is recruiting for two new positions – Senior Project Officer and Senior Capacity Development Officer.
How DSC provides independent oversight of Category One incident reports and what questions we ask in our review.
2016 was a big year for DSC. We celebrate our top achievements of the year.
IDPWD campaign sharing stories from Victorians with disability, raising awareness of lived experiences of disability.
DSC to have expanded oversight and new own motion powers to investigate abuse in Victorian disability services.
DSC uses a person-centred approach. When people raise a complaint with us our focus is on the person with a disability.
The DSC Capacity Development team is delivering awareness, information and education to the Victorian disability sector.
The 2016 DSC Annual Report highlights the important role played by disability support staff in safeguarding rights.
DSC launches a new device-responsive website to improve accessibility for people with a disability.
Did you know that the DSC ACR Tool can now be your organisation’s year-round complaints register?
Connecting with people with disability and their families at the 2016 RIDE Expo in Wantirna.
NDS has just released a new resource on 'Conducting Investigations, a guide for Victorian service providers'.
The Complaints Resolution and Capacity Development teams at DSC have been recognised by SOCAP Australia.
Deputy Commissioner Miranda Bruyniks helped to launch a new initiative promoting inclusive sport & recreation.
A new Restrictive Intervention Self-Evaluation Tool (RISET) has been developed by the Office of the Senior Practitioner.
Deputy Commissioner Miranda Bruyniks spoke at an NDS forum on 'Investigating Abuse', part of the Zero Tolerance Project.
Connecting with people with disability and their families at the 2016 Disability Recreation & Respite Expo in Moorabbin.
Find out about your rights in a group home in our latest plain English newsletter, featuring a story from Sarah.
Deputy Commissioner Miranda Bruyniks was on Plenty Valley FM talking about the NDIS rollout and complaints to DSC.
The Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing has requested that DSC broaden its scope of incident report reviews.
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