As of July 1, 2017, the Disability Advocacy and Information Service (DAIS) has merged with the Disability Advocacy Network (DAN). We are now known as RDAS.
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Co-Facilitator for the Enabling Women Program Wodonga

Women with Disabilities Victoria, in vpartnership with Regional Disability Advocacy Service (RDAS) and Wodonga Council will be running enabling Woman Program in Wodonga.

We are looking for a woman who identifies as having a disability, with some experience of supporting other people with a disability, to assist with the delivery of the Enabling Women Program –
a Leadership Program for Women with Disabilities in Wodonga, Albury and surroundings.

This is a fixed term contract

Applications close 5.00pm on Monday 7 August  


 The position description and program information can be downloaded 


NDIS Community Information Sessions

There will be a range of NDIS community information sessions in the Ovens Murray region. These free information sessions are designed to provide people with disability, their families, carers as well as providers with general information about the NDIS. These sessions will cover topics such as: •What is the NDIS and how does it work? •Who is eligible and when can the NDIS be accessed? •What kind of support can be accessed through the NDIS? •The NDIS pathway and planning processPlease RSVP through our website, or by calling 03 9746 4017 as places are limited.

NSW infrastructure funding now available through the Community Building Partnership program

Member for Albury, Greg Aplin has announced that applications for funding through the 2017 Community Building Partnership program open today, Monday, 26 June.

 The NSW Government is again committing funds to new infrastructure-based projects that meet a need in the local community.

 "These grants are open to local councils and incorporated not-for-profits such as charities, sporting, social and service groups that are looking to build or refurbish essential facilities for their community,” Mr Aplin said.

"In previous years, the program has helped local government, clubs and associations deliver new infrastructure for preschools and community groups, and helped pay for much-needed improvements to local sports facilities, parks and halls. This is grassroots funding which directly benefits communities.”

Grant applications must have a minimum value of $2,500 to be eligible for funding under the program.

“If your organisation needs funding for the building, refurbishment or enhancement of facilities that deliver positive social, recreational, inclusive and environmental outcomes for the community, I encourage you to apply,” Mr Aplin said.

“There is a high demand for funds through the program, so please ensure you take the required time and care in preparing your application against the assessment criteria.”

Applications for funding open on Monday 26 June and close on Wednesday 9 August 2017.

 For information on who can apply, what projects are eligible for funding and how to apply, please visit

Applications will close at 5pm, Wednesday, 9 August 2017.

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