Information for people with disability, their families and carers about services, support, funding and more.
Information for disability sector organisations about contracts, reporting, policies and more.
Information for business and government about employing people with disability, Disability Access and Inclusion Plans and more.
Information about the NDIS and the impact on WA clients.
Information about career options, current job vacancies and more.
Corporate information, newsletters, initiatives, guiding principles and more.
Information about disability, accessibility and inclusion, communication tips and more.
This is a timeline of disability services in Western Australia dating back to the early 1900s. This collection of information, photographs and illustrations highlights some of the changes in disability services over the years and the challenges ahead.
• Early 1900s – Hospitals for the insane • 1940s-1950s – Birth of the associations • 1950s-1960s – New direction for policy • 1970s – Training model • 1981 – International Year of Disabled Persons • 1985 – Review and consultation • 1986-1991 – Federal and state funding reform • 1986-1991 – Western Australian reform • 2012 - The introduction of My Way
For more historical accounts on disability services, see Oral histories.