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    Auslan Services
    Auslan Services is a leading provider of Auslan Interpreters across Australia. It is our goal to provide excellent customer service, make intelligent decisions when booking interpreters, be innovative...
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    Australasian Network of Students with Disabilities (ANSWD)
    The Australasian Network of Students With Disabilities (ANSWD) is a student organisation, advocating, promoting, lobbying and campaigning on disability issues. We seek to achieve equality, access, and...
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    Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies (ACYS)
    ACYS provides information products and services for those working in the youth field and for anyone with an interest in youth. This includes practitioners in areas such as health and education, resear...
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    Australian Govt: Higher Education Disability Support Program
    The Disability Support Program provides funding to eligible higher education providers to undertake activities that assist in removing barriers to access for students with disabilities. The program ha...
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    Australian National University Disability Services Centre
    Link to the ANU Disabilities Unit website for policies and information regarding disability services at ANU.
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    Entry point for information about Centrelink programs and services including those available online.
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    Centrelink: Customer Service Centres
    You can find your nearest Centrelink Customer Service Centre, Access Point or Agent by selecting a state or territory on this Centrelink page.
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    Centrelink: Payments while you are ill, injured or have a disability
    A list of payments provided by Centrelink if you are ill, injured or have a disability. Such as the Disability Support Pension, Sickness Allowance, Newstart Allowance, Youth Allowance, Mobility Allo...
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    Centrelink: Services/programs for people with illness, injury or disability:
    This Centrelink site provides a list of the specific services and programs that you can access if you are ill, injured or have a disability.
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    Department of Social Services
    Programs and services managed by the Department include: Families and Children; Housing Support; Seniors; Communities and Vulnerable People; Disability and Carers; Women; Indigenous Australians; and,...
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    Disability Information & Resource Centre, South Australia
    The mission of DIRC SA is to enhance the status of people with a disability and develop community understanding of disability related issues by providing accurate, relevant, timely and appropriately f...
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    Disability: Where do I find links to the state departments of education and training?
    Weblinks for State Departments of Training:  Note: all links go directly to department's websites. ACT: Department of Education and Training   NSW: Department of Education & Co...
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    DSS: Employment for people with disability
    There are two types of specialist agencies to help people with disability find and maintain work: Australian Disability Enterprises and Disability Employment Services
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    DSSHE (USA listserv)
    Disabled Student Services in Higher Education listserv is a forum for professionals involved in the delivery of services to students with disabilities in higher education.
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    e-bility: an online resource for people with disability
    e-bility's website offers easy access and links to a wide range of information, resources, services and products of interest to people with disability, their families and carers, as well as health pro...
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    Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS)
    The ESOS website provides legislative information as well as an explanatory guide to the National Code of Practice.
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    Enable New Zealand
    Enable New Zealand is a multi-service organisation assisting disabled people and their families, employers, health professionals and disability support organisations. Enable New Zealand has a contrac...
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    Funding of VET for students with disabilities
    This report, published in 2004, provides important information for those who manage training institutions and are committed to making the learning environment more supportive for people with a disabil...
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    Mobility Allowance
    Mobility Allowance provides assistance to people with disability, illness or injury who are in paid employment, voluntary work, vocational training, undertaking independent living/life skills training...
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    Mobility International USA - MIUSA
    Empowering people with disabilities through international exchange and international development to achieve their human rights.
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    National Disability Insurance Scheme
    The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is an independent statutory agency, whose role is to implement the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), which will support a better life for hun...
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    National Disability Strategy 2010-2020
    All governments are committed to a national approach to supporting people with disability to maximise their potential and participate as equal citizens in Australian society. The development of this ...
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    NT: Anti-Discrimination Commission
    The Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission is an independent, impartial body that investigates and helps resolve complaints about discrimination and harassment. The Commission also provides...
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    Royal Society for the Blind (SA)
    The RSB provides a range of services for blind and vision impaired South Australians of all ages. Whether they have lost their vision or are facing vision loss, the RSB can help.
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