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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 to stay ahead of the trends and support the Deaf community at all times.

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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 representation of students with disabilities in the tertiary education sector.

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    Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies (ACYS)

    After over 30 years as the only youth clearinghouse in Australia, the Federal Government has ceased funding for the Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies (ACYS) from 30 June 2015.

    ACYS provided information products and services for those working in the youth field and for anyone with an interest in youth. This included practitioners in areas such as health and education, researchers, policy-makers, youth workers and youth service providers, as well as students and parents.

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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 has three components: Additional Support for Students with Disabilities (ASSD); Performance-based Disability Support Funding; The Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET).

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    Centrelink is part of the Department of Human Services. They deliver social security payments and services to Australians. This link is the entry point for information about Centrelink programs and services including those available online. 

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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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    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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    Counselling Online

    This site supports existing alcohol and drug counselling and treatment services by offering free, text-based, confidential support and referral, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. It can be used by anyone in Australia.

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    DSS: Employment for people with disability

    The Australian Government is committed to ensuring people with disability receive opportunities to reach their potential through participating in the community and the workforce.

    There are two types of specialist agencies to help people with disability find and maintain work: 

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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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