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Member Webinar: Q and A with Minister Bill Shorten

NDS CEO Laurie Leigh asks Minister Shorten burning questions submitted by members. Questions covered workforce, SIL, employment, unregistered providers, funding plan cuts, over 65 eligibility, and more.

Work Health and Safety - New harmonised laws for WA

Work Health and Safety legislation in Western Australia has been harmonised with the rest of the country. This 40-minute video tells you everything you need to know. 

Tasmania Disability Interface Meeting 23 June 2022

This resource includes a recording of the Interface meeting on 23 June to discuss the cessation of the Emergency Public Order on 30 June.

ACROD Parking Program

ACROD Parking Program

NDS manages the ACROD Parking Program which supports West Australians with a severe walking restriction to access the community.

What do you need to know?
  • ACROD Parking Permits are free.
  • Permit holders are entitled to use signed disabled parking bays.
  • Permits are also available for organisations and taxis supporting people with disabilities, the aged care sector, community groups and related services.
  • All applications must be endorsed by your Doctor or Occupational Therapist.

To be eligible for an ACROD Parking Permit you must live in Western Australia and meet one of the following criteria:

  • You are unable to walk and always require the use of a wheelchair, or
  • Your ability to walk is severely restricted by a permanent medical condition or disability, or
  • Your ability to walk is severely restricted by a temporary medical condition or disability.

Apply for a permit

Further Information:

For more information visit the ACROD website, telephone 08 9242 5544, or email submit enquiry/feedback

The ACROD parking program office is open Monday-Friday 9am – 4:30pm

Contact information
For more information contact ACROD Parking Program, 08 9242 5544, submit enquiry/feedback

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