The Commission works in partnership with other government and non-government organisations to provide and promote services and supports to people with disability.
The Commission works with the disability sector to identify and implement initiatives and strategies that result in high quality services designed to meet the individual needs of people with disability.
This section contains information and resources to assist organisations that provide services to people with disability with funding from the Commission. It will also assist organisations that want to become service providers and require assistance in the initial set-up and development of their services.
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI): Information, Linkages & Capacity Building (ILC) Priority Area Grants 2016/17
The Disability Services Commission is seeking proposals which will deliver under the following ILC priority areas for 2016/17:
- ILC Priority Area 1 – Information and advice on the WA NDIS
- ILC Priority Area 2 – Preparation for WA NDIS individual planning
- ILC Priority Area 3 – Self-management
To find out more, or to download the EOI packages, go to Tenders WA under tender number DSC0062017.
The Disability Services Commission is introducing a single panel of service providers to support the future roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Find out more on the Becoming a NDIS service provider in WA page or download the registration application package on Tenders WA under tender number DSC0702016.