Positive attitudes and behaviours
Projects with a focus area of developing positive community attitudes and behaviours.
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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.
Disability Awareness and Inclusion Basics E-Learning
Update of current Justice E-Learning module- Disability and Flexible Service Delivery module to cover the whole Department.
Disability Confident E-Learning Update
Partner with the DEN to review and update existing Disability Confident eLearning modules and add these modules to the Employee Induction and Manager Induction Pathway for DCJ.
Flexible Service Delivery (providing reasonable adjustments for people with disability)
Training for DCJ staff in Flexible Service Delivery (providing reasonable adjustments for people with disability) Training
Increase competency of Court Services staff in working with and supporting people with a cognitive disability
People with a cognitive disability are linked to appropriate support services during their contact with the Criminal Justice System as victims, witnesses and suspects/defendants.
Promote Departmental resources to NSW community to support those who work or care for people with decision-making disabilities
Promotion of the Capacity Toolkit and the free E-Learning Decision-making and capacity resources across NSW.
Refresh and extend ACCESSlink a database containing client inclusion information across DCJ
Refresh and extend former Justice database on inclusion information to cover all of DCJ.
Review NSW Capacity Toolkit and development of Supported Decision-Making Resources
Updated information and resources to ensure decision-making capacity is assessed in accordance with the NSW law and that supported decision-making is understood and implemented across the state.
Training and capacity building for frontline justice staff
To provide training that develops an increased understanding across the justice sector to enable staff to better identify and respond to the needs of people with a cognitive impairment.