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    A guide to the tables for the assessment of work-related impairment for disability support pension

    This Guide provides some enhancements to the presentation of the Tables for the Assessment of Work-Related Impairment for Disability Support Pension (1997) (referred to as the Tables) in order to improve its user-friendliness. The Guide has not altered the contents of the Tables themselves as they form Schedule 1B of the Social Security Act 1991, and such amendments can only be enacted through Parliament.

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    ADDults with ADHD (NSW) Inc.

    ADDult is a non-funded voluntary organisation established to address the needs of adults with ADHD and other related conditions, and their families.

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    AHEAD: (Association on Higher Education and Disability) - US

    The Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) is a membership organisation for individuals involved in the development of policy and in the provision of quality support services to serve the needs of persons with disabilities involved in all areas of higher education.

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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, Youth Allowance, Mobility Allowance, pension Education Supplement and Youth Disability Supplement.

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    DiVine: a community for and by people with disability

    DiVine (was Disability Online) aims to provide people with a disability, their families and carers with access to online disability related information across governments and the non-government sector, which is: Quality assured, Reliable, Up-to-date and Locally relevant. Information on DiVine is constantly expanded and regularly reviewed.

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    Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA)

    Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA) Ltd supports and strengthens independent disability advocacy agencies in their work of advocating for and with people with disabilities so that they are valued and included members of the community, their fundamental needs are met and their human rights are respected. DANA is a network of almost 70 agencies from across Australia.

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    Disability Employment Services (DES)

    DES (Disability Employment Services) (formerly Disability Employment Network - DEN) provides job seekers with disability, injury or health condition. DES has two parts: Disability Management Service is for job seekers with disability, injury or health condition who need assistance to find a job and occasional support to keep a job, and, Employment Support Service provides assistance to people with permanent disability and who need regular, ongoing support to keep a job.

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    Disability Services Australia

    Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides essential community support, employment and training services to enhance the lives of people with a disability each year. DSA is an integral part of more than 50 communities and employs more than 1100 people.

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    Employment Services Assessments

    An Employment Services Assessment helps work out the type of employment service or other assistance that can best help you to prepare for, find and maintain work. This information will help us work out the most suitable support for you.A Job Capacity Assessment will determine the impact of your medical conditions and disabilities on your ability to work and whether you would benefit from employment assistance. A Job Capacity Assessment is used to help determine your medical eligibility for DSP.

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    Flinders University: Students with Disability

    The Disability Services for Students website offers information for students on the disability liaison officer and other contacts, parking, policies and negotiating alternative teaching and assessment methods.

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