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We’re fundraising with the Entertainment Book 2019/20

By purchasing an Entertainment Book 2019/20 or Digital Membership you not only contribute to our fundraising but also have access to hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do! Its jam-packed with options to help you make your dollars stretch further whether you’re planning a holiday, a night out, some pampering or just popping into Maccas for

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McFaul House opening soon

The fully accessible facility backing onto acreage is located in the heart of the beautiful Wollondilly region, a perfect spot to take a short break to recharge. Equipped for high support visitors with complex physical needs, McFaul House will have trained staff on hand 24/7. Located in peaceful surrounds, McFaul House is only a short

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We’re fundraising with the Entertainment Book

By purchasing a 2018/19 Entertainment Bookor Digital Membership you not only contribute to our fundraising, but you also have access to hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do! It’s jam-packed with options to help you make your dollars stretch further whether you’re planning a holiday, a night out, some pampering, or just popping into Maccas

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DSA reports a very successful 2017/18

The DSA 2017/18 Annual Report is now online. The 2017/18 reporting year has been a very successful one for DSA, particularly in terms of customer satisfaction, staff culture, growth and sustainability as we continue to navigate the challenging environment of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) transition. We entered this period of NDIS transition with confidence

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Giving people a start, this Christmas

15 years ago, Paul came to DSA looking for a new challenge and he’s been with us ever since. Paul loves his job, but if he was starting out today, things would be a little different. When he first joined DSA, getting started would take just a few days. Sadly, the process is now much longer,

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AccessAbility Day on 27th November

There are 2.2 million Australians living with disability who are of working age, but Australians with disability are under-represented in the workforce. In fact, the employment rate for people with disability is almost half compared to those without disability. DSA will be taking part in AccessAbility Day – an Australian Government initiative developed to connect

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