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    TAFE: TasTAFE (Disability Support)

    TasTAFE Disability Liaison Officers provide information and assistance to students with disability. With the right services, students with disability can participate and achieve in vocational education and training. TasTAFE recognises the definition of disability as outlined in the Disability Discrimination Act 1992. Reasonable adjustments can be made that provide students the same opportunities in training as a person without disability.

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    TAFE: Victoria Disability Network

    The TAFE Disability Network (TDN)- Victoria,  is the network of Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs) from across the TAFE sector in Victoria.The TDN meets to discuss common concerns, current issues, provides professional development and develop/consolidate links to other networks of professionals in education provision, local and federal government areas and community based organisations.

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    University of Melbourne: Disability Liaison Unit

    Links to the Disability Liaison Unit at the University of Melbourne.

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    Youth Disability Advocacy Service (Victoria)

    YDAS works alongside young people with disabilities between the ages of 12 and 25 to raise awareness of their rights and to support them to achieve what they want. They provide one-on-one support through their individual advocacy service and also work on broader social issues affecting young people with disabilities.

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