Do people who use your service know how to speak up and make complaints?
Join us tomorrow for our first Peer Action Crew in Smithfield Plains. Our Peer Action Crew will be catching up on the third Tuesday of every month at Smithfield Plains and will be a place for meeting new people, sharing experiences and doing fun community projects.
SACID are excited to announce our new Peer Action Crews! · Camping (Hove, monthly 1st Tuesday from 4th August 1pm – 3pm) · Myth Busting (Lower Mitcham, monthly 2nd Tuesday from 11th August 11am – 1pm) · Transport (Smithfield Plains, monthly 3rd Tuesday from 18th August 10.30 – 1pm) Peer Action Crews involve adults with intellectual disability engaging with peers as a working group finding issues of […]
NDIA are looking for a large group of people to join their Participant Engagement initiative. This is a group of people who get to share stories and ideas to help make the NDIS better. This is your chance to give feedback about the things you think are important directly to the NDIA. There are some […]
A must read for people with disability, family members and service providers Safeguarding Task Force Interim Report. “Members of the Task Force want to emphasise that the ways in which a person with a disability connects to others and is able to direct and control what happens in their own life will proactively avoid abuse and […]
It has been a hard couple of weeks. In such a short time we have heard terrible stories of abuse and neglect of people with disability in the media, those of Ann-Marie Smith, little Willow and the two teen boys in Brisbane. Abuse and neglect is not ok. ❌ We all have a role to play, […]
National Carers Survey – Have your say! By sharing your opinions and experiences, you will help the National Network of Carer Associations advocate for greater recognition and support of carers across Australia. This survey will reflect the changes that South Australian carers have experienced since 2017. Carers SA have joined forces (and resources) as a […]
The South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability (SACID) run an information session about how people can stay safe in their home, service,workplace and community.
Download and keep yourself safe! (Source: Photosymbols)