The Western Australian Mental Health Association have developed a Care Hub which is dedicated to community mental health and practice. Check out the video below to find out more! ...

Easy read resources are a valuable tool to use when supporting people with complex communication needs, supporting people who have difficulty in reading, and supporting people who English is not their first language. The ECSN team are avid supporters of the use of these documents to support communication and assist people to understand things they are important for them. I ...

We have received some great feedback on the usefulness of hosting a panel. The ECSN program provides peer or other consultancy support to help navigate planning and support for people with exceptional complex support needs. This free services provide access to peer and professional support from people with relevant expertise and experience to aid planning and implementation of supports. The ...

The new Work and Development Permit (WDP) Scheme, delivered by Legal Aid WA, the Aboriginal Legal Service, and WA Department of Justice, encourages people experiencing “hardship” (broadly defined but may include disability) to engage in approved activities, such as life skill and employment programs. The incentive is that they can clear their court fines at a rate of $70 per ...

AWARE Advocacy Workforce: Advancing Rights and Equity are developing a project for individual advocates working in the areas of human rights and social justice. The project will provide training opportunities for current and potential advocates. Click here to view the flyer for more information. ...

The Housing Hub have arranged for a series of workshops that are designed to create lasting networks between Specialist Disability Housing Accommodation (SDA) and NDIS participants. Workshops commence across the state on 3 March in relation to SDA. Open to participants, families, support coordinator, allied health professionals, SIL providers, developers, financial planners, and anyone interested in SDA. The flyer provides ...

Wow a lot has happened in the Disability Sector and Positive Behaviour Support area in the last 4 years. Back in 2016 research by the School of Business, University of Western Australia highlighted the importance of a whole of organisation adoption of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) which has a strong evidence base in the disability literature as an effective approach ...

Did you know the ‘TSP For All’ website has some excellent resources and online training modules that are free!? These resources are designed for people working for mental health providers and supporting NDIS participants. The site comes complete with tools and templates, mock case studies and many external links to other NDIS related information – they also provide some AAT ...

Under its parent company, Nulsen Group, Outcare provides justice and reintegration services to help people engage with society in a positive, contributing manner back into the community with support across accommodation, community engagement, employment, substance use, psychosocial support and peer networks. You can read about real life case studies Outcare has undertaken as part of their range of justice and reintegration ...

One of the ways the ECSN program provides support is to provide or procure peer or other consultancy support to help navigate planning or support required to prevent or respond to crisis. A new initiative has been launched to support this outcome through the introduction of consultancy panels. Consultancy panels will comprise of 3-4 people with representatives from ECSN and people ...

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