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Let’s talk disability in CALD communities

More than 200 delegates and 50 speakers were part of SSI’s DiverseAbility NDIS Inclusion Conference on April 19.

From the CEO — Establishing SSI as a thought leader in global migration

At SSI we excel in providing essential services to new arrivals in Australia, but to achieve the best outcomes for our newcomers we must take our role a step further: we want to drive conversations about settlement and migration, and use our knowledge and expertise to lead discussions that will inform policy and help millions of people all over the world.

Theatre: a new old way of talking about disability in CALD communities

Theatre is one of the most ancient forms of art. The word theatre itself means a place for viewing, but theatre is more than that. Theatre is telling stories; it is turning a group of people into an audience and bringing them together to enjoy an experience.

Still Outside the Tent: Cultural Diversity and Disability

Cultural Diversity & Disability: A Rapid Review of Evidence.

SSI celebrates IDPwD with community, local government and business

SSI observed the 2017 International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) by celebrating community organisations, local governments, businesses and community members working towards disability inclusion.

Ability Links NSW storybook shines a light on diverse voices

The voices of people with disability, their families and carers are at the heart of a new Ability Links NSW (ALNSW) storybook, launched today by Minister for Disability Services and Multiculturalism, The Hon. Ray Williams on behalf of SSI.

SSI Member Spotlight: Sydney Multicultural Community Services

Working with local service providers, Sydney MCS is addressing the lack of adequate information regarding services available to the people it supports within the community.

From the CEO – Advancing towards a disability sector inclusive of CALD communities

Most of you are probably aware of the important work SSI does around refugee and asylum seeker assistance, but you may not know as much about our growing portfolio of work within the disability sector.

Report finds Ability Links NSW is making a social and economic difference in our community

Ability Links NSW (ALNSW) has heralded a new approach to supporting people with disability, their families and carers, and is making a significant economic and social impact across the state, according to a newly released independent report.

Ability Links supports Campsie carer to breathe a sigh of relief

Until recently, 62-year-old Campsie resident Ming Zhong was one of the many Australians struggling to provide care to family members with a disability. Besides being a sole carer for his wife, who has a physical disability and mental health issues, and for his mother, diagnosed with dementia, Mr Zhong’s family also includes his daughter and her two young children.

SSI Linkers plant seeds of belief for people with disability

SSI celebrated International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) today, December 3, with an event at its Bankstown office, featuring Ability Links NSW ambassador Nick Gleeson. IDPwD promotes an understanding of people with disability and encourages support for their dignity, rights and wellbeing.