With the roll out of the NDIS, Victorian Government managed group homes will be transitioning to non-government providers. This will mean a lot of really big changes, so we've been busy asking questions, finding answers, and supporting residents and families with information and advocacy.
Research project exploring the accessibility to domestic & family violence services for women with disabilities.
Response to the Consultation Paper: A registration and accreditation scheme for the Victorian disabiliy workforce
Victorian Government has committed to establishing an independent, legislated registration & accreditation scheme for the disability workforce.
A mother is calling on the government to shut down the facility immediately.
Issues affecting the future of accommodation support services in Victoria
The Living Productive Lives – Employment, Disability and other Dangerous Deeds forum was held on Friday the 7th of June at the High Street Communit
"It was supposed to offer hope, but that's just been trashed".
“As a woman with an intellectual disability, I can say that abuse from people who were supposed to be caring for me has had a very bad long term im
VALID shares the outrage of Jake Castledine’s mother, Janice, who has branded her son’s experience with NDIS as: “Outrageous, unfair and short-
The Courier interviewd Mark Thompson, facilitator of the Ballarat Peer Action Group and David Craig, Community Development Coordinator at VALID.