Monthly Archives: April 2014

Arafmi NSW E-news 

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COMPI e-news

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Operational Guideline – Planning and Assessment – Supports in the Plan – Supports for Sustaining Informal Supports

Operational Guideline – Planning and Assessment – Supports in the Plan – Supports for Sustaining Informal Supports contains operational information on the application of s.34 of the NDIS Act on reasonable and necessary supports in relation to supports for sustaining … Continue reading

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National Mental Health Core Capabilities- online consultation 

Just a reminder that a consultation process is underway regarding the National Mental Health Core Capabilities (NMHCC). The NMHCC are designed to: ·         support good practice ·         provide a mechanism for workforce planning, redesign and development priorities ·         contribute to … Continue reading

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Arafmi WA Update

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MENTAL HEALTH: WFMH URGENTLY NEED YOUR SUPPORT AGAIN!

Dear WFMH Members – MENTAL HEALTH IS ON THE MOVE! I am contacting our members today to remind you about the survey for mental health and want to thank everyone for all the support you have given the WFMH and … Continue reading

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Making Social Housing Work: Better homes for low-income Victorians

Seven Victorian peak bodies concerned with housing affordability have come together to outline a vision for the future of Victoria’s social housing system. The report calls for a broad affordable housing strategy that addresses social housing shortages, and looks at … Continue reading

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Crimes and mental impairment review

The Victorian Law Reform Commission is finalising recommendations for the review of the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 (CMIA). Having completed a consultation process the review is now in the final stages and The Commission … Continue reading

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Disability Reference Group nominations open

The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission is calling for expressions of interest for people to join the Disability Reference Group for 2014 – 2016. The group is the key advisory mechanism for the Commission to identify priority human … Continue reading

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