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The State Government has announced the locations of 14 Changing Places to give people with disability more freedom to move around their community and the State.

Applications for the Disability Services Commission's second annual $40,000 Dr Louisa Alessandri Research Grant are now open to individuals and organisations with proposals for projects that aim to have positive, practical outcomes for people with disability.

A bigger office in a new location in the WA National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Kwinana trial area has been officially opened on 1 December 2015.


Events and activities to raise awareness about the importance of access and inclusion begin today with the start of Disability Awareness Week.

The Western Australian Government has celebrated the 25th anniversary of its Sister State relationship with Indonesia's East Java province by recommitting to the relationship and pledging funding for health and disability programs.

Disability service providers and people eligible for, or participating in, the WA NDIS My Way trial in the Cockburn-Kwinana area had the opportunity to connect at three Commission-hosted expos held during October and November.

More than 1,000 people became eligible for disability-related supports and services through the State Government's WA National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) My Way trial in its fifth quarter.


Grants to support events and activities during Disability Awareness Week 2015 are now available.