Seeking Volunteer Lawer for After-Hours Criminal Law Service The Intellectual Disability Rights Service is looking for lawyers with at least 2 years’ experience working in the area of criminal law who are willing to be added to our after-hours volunteer roster to provide telephone legal advice to people with cognitive impairment who are in police […]
On Friday May 3, people from across Australia will be taking action to make sure the NDIS is at the top of the agenda this federal election. The team at Every Australian Counts want as many people as possible to get involved in any way they can! More voices, make louder noise and then our […]
The Intellectual Disability Rights Service (IDRS) Parents’ Program provides legal advice and representation and specialist non-legal assistance to parents with intellectual disability who are involved with the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) across NSW. The program has a strong record of family preservation when working with parents prior to care applications being made, […]
Statewide justice advocacy for people with cognitive impairment IDRS is delighted and excited to announce that our tender to deliver the Justice Advocacy Service, funded by Department of Justice, has been successful. Thank you to our many supporters, and particularly to our very special volunteers who have made this possible. The new Justice Advocacy Service […]
Investing in people with intellectual disability to influence organisations and lead respect for rights. The team at IDRS have secured a grant of $114,300 as part of the Disabled Peoples and Families Organisations – Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Readiness Grant Round 2018 grant. The grant will see the team develop training to prepare […]
The team at IDRS encourage people to comment and get involved in such an important issue. Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability.
Have your say on the Terms of Reference by completing the public survey at engage.dss.gov.au open for public comment until Thursday, 28 March 2019.