Disability Royal Commission Cluster Catchups

Directorate: Royal Commission

Division: Strategy Policy  and Commissioning

Project summary

Development, distribution and application of best practice principles for working with people with cognitive impairment.

Focus Area: 

  • Developing positive community attitudes and behaviours.
  • Creating liveable communities
  • Supporting access to meaningful employment.
  • Improving access to mainstream services through better systems and processes.

Project objective

Bi-monthly cluster catch ups with internal DCJ stakeholders to keep them informed about the activities of the Royal Commission and DCJ/NSW engagement. And to enable them to consider any changes in their practice 

The challenge

Supports wider Department of Communities and Justice engagement and awareness with the work of the Royal Commission.

What will success look like?

  1.  Attendance at catch ups.
  2. Awarenss of the DRC within DCJ.

Current Status: Progressing

Date: July 2022

Status Notes:

Three Cluster Catch ups were hold to May 2021

Last updated:

01 Mar 2023

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