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NDS WA Lunch in Celebration of International Day of People with Disability

Back due to popular demand! The theme of this year’s lunch is ‘Leading the Change for improved opportunities and advancement of people with disability’, with a focus on diversity and inclusion.
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Event summary: Opportunity for DSOA providers to share their experience, discuss opportunities, share concerns and input into NDS advocacy
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NDS invites members to join the National Quality and Safeguarding CoP, a peer-led forum covering all areas of providing quality safe services for people with a disability.

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Let's Talk Disability Bundle: Disability Awareness

Five people are in a room. Two are standing in the back, and three are using wheelchairs. They are all smiling and laughing. To the right is a blue background with white text that says Let's Talk Disability
Location: National
Date: 31/12/2025

Developed by etrainu, NDS and projectABLE, the Let’s Talk Disability Bundle covers online training for disability awareness. These eLearning courses cover a variety of topics to ensure that everyone is part of the conversation.

Who is this for?

This is ideal for providers with staff who are new to working in disability as well as staff who work in non-frontline roles but could still benefit from general disability awareness training. 

Courses available as part of this package 

There are four eLearning modules, each running for 20 minutes:

Course One: Myths and Misconceptions

The first course in the Disability Awareness course, Myths and Misconceptions, dismantles common stereotypes and misbeliefs about people with disability. Learners will see how they can be better allies to people with disability.

Course Two: How to Foster True and Meaningful Inclusion

What does true and meaningful inclusion mean? The second course in the Disability Awareness training looks at how we are responsible for inclusion—and what we can do to build a more inclusive world.

Course Three: The Impact of Barriers for People with Disability

People with disability often face societal, environmental/physical, attitudinal, and communication barriers. This course examines what these barriers are and how we can all work towards removing them.

Course Four: The Landscape of Disability in Australia

Disability support and the way disability is viewed in Australia has changed over time. Course Four, the last module, chronicles the history of disability in Australia, how it has changed and what people with disability are looking for when it comes to support.

View the full list of pricing [Accessible PDF].

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