The Northern Territory Government recognises that people with a disability need extra support to participate as citizens within their communities. Disability support provision is based on contemporary practice underpinned by partnerships and collaborative approaches. Principles that guide services include: person centred, culture secure, collaborative, outcomes driven, future focused, equitable, sustainable, flexible and responsive. The Government's vision is for a society where people with disabilities have productive and fulfilling lives as valued members of their communities. The NT Disability Review provides the framework for reform.
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2013 Northern Territory Disability Services Awards
The Northern Territory Disability Services Awards celebrate the valuable contribution that individuals and organisations have made in improving the lives of people with disability in the Northern Territory.
The Awards are open to all Northern Territory disability sector employees and volunteers, as well as mainstream services or businesses that are providing exceptional services to and for people with disability.
Nominations may be completed on line via the links below, by written submission or you may wish to contact the Project Officer Karen Giele, National Disability Services on 8930 2802 to discuss your nomination.
Nominations close 5pm Thursday 31 October 2013.