Better systems and processes
Projects with a focus area of improving access to mainstream services through better systems and processes.
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Audit of CSNSW cells, programs/education rooms and visits to determine compliance with standards and accessibility
The accessibility of custodial facilities are to be reviewed to ensure inmates with disability are able to access to educational and program supports that can improve their life prospects on release.
Best Practice Standards for working with people with a cognitive impairment
Development, distribution and application of best practice principles for working with people with cognitive impairment.
Building Access for Women with Disability, delivered by People with Disability Australia
A four year project supported by the NSW Government Domestic and Family Violence Innovation Fund to provide greater access to domestic and family violence (DFV) services to women with disability and their children.
Development of a Youth Justice Disability Action Plan - Improving outcomes for young people with a disability involved with Youth Justice
The development of a Youth Justice Disability Action Plan aims to address the over-representation of young people with a disability in the criminal justice system and improve outcomes for young people with a disability and [...]
Domestic and family violence information for people with intellectual disability
Supporting people with intellectual disability by providing accessible information on domestic and family violence and the help that is available.
Improving support to offenders with disability
The project will increase staff skills in disability awareness and behavior management as well as improving understanding of the NDIS, so inmates can be assisted to obtain the most appropriate supports.
Reducing reoffending through improved access to technology
Using technology to increase opportunities for offenders with disability to participate in programs that can improve their chances to not reoffend.