Fams has been asked to help identify organisations and individuals across Australia with an active interest in issues facing parents with an intellectual disability.
Fams is inviting TEI services from Western Sydney, Nepean Blue Mountains, Sydney, South Eastern Sydney and Northern Sydney to meet with Barnardos Australia and hear about the Family Connect and Support (FCS) program in your District.
A total of 438 people from the sector participated in our recent survey on COVID-19 vaccinations.
Online and hybrid methods of social connection have been explored in Swinburne University of Technology’s Social Innovation Research Institute (SUT)’s report, released in July this year.
Last week, Fams provided details for Service NSW emergency food relief.
Yesterday, Fams was joined (at ridiculously short notice) by Angus McFarland, Assistant Secretary of the ASU NSW & ACT Services Branch, and David Prior, Workplace Relations Specialist at Jobs Australia.