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Social Futures is a National Disability Insurance Scheme Partner delivering NDIS Local Area Coordination services in regional New South Wales during the transition period January 2017-June 2018.

We will support people with disabilities and their families to plan for the NDIS in advance of the roll out, which starts in many parts of regional NSW in July 2017.

  • Click HERE for more information about our Local Area Coordination services.
  • Click HERE for current employment opportunities.

FREE 2017 Calendar

Our Annual Report for 2015-16 is also a 2017 calendar! It lists lots of useful dates for the coming year.  To receive your free copy, just send us your address using the button below. (While stocks last.)

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NCOSS says… National Affordable Housing Agreement needs to stay

Following an article last week in The Australian raising concerns over the Federal Government’s ongoing commitment to the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA), NCOSS has released a statement saying an effective whole-of-government approach needs consistency and flagging large-scale changes or reductions in funding of housing and homelessness initiatives in the press is not a method to garner effective responses to this growing problem.

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Local Area Coordinators

Great opportunity to use your knowledge of community networks to help with the NDIS transition. Full Time (part time negotiable) positions available Lismore and Grafton SCHADS Level 4   Social Futures is a NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Partner...

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Team Leader – Local Area Coordination

Oversee day to day operations and logistics of the LAC service in Northern NSW Full Time Tweed Heads SCHADS Level 5   Social Futures is a NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Partner delivering the NDIS Local Area Coordination (LAC) Transition Services in...

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Know any talented youngsters who might like to enter this? There are HEAPS of prizes to be won, they could perform LIVE at the SCU Uni Bar AND it's just a REALLY cool thing to do. Entries are open NOW! ... MoreLess

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Become a HYAP Family Carer and help a local young person.
Carers receive a retainer and a nightly accommodation allowance, specialised training as well as intensive support.
To find out more call 6620 1800 or
email: jennifer.parke@socialfutures.org.au
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Tribute to Paul Cruickshank

Our longest serving Board member, Paul Cruickshank, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday 1 February. He passed away peacefully in his sleep surrounded by close friends and family. Paul experienced some health issues following cancer treatment in 2015, including a loss of hearing and challenges with balance and mobility.

Paul joined our Board in 2007 and was elected President in 2013. He was passionate about social justice and the environment and contributed to both these areas through a long career in environmental organisations, within our sector and as an environmental policy advisor to government. His most recent environmental legacy is demonstrated through his work to establish locally community owned renewable energy solutions (e.g. Farming the Sun) that we will all be able to benefit from for years to come. Paul also made a huge voluntary contribution. He served on many boards of non-government organisations and used his spare time to write grant applications for small environmental groups.

Paul helped steer us through many changes over the past decade. He was extremely supportive of us all and committed to what we wanted to achieve in our community. He had an incredibly positive outlook, loved putting big ideas into action. Once a decision to do something was made, he would be off doing it while the rest of us were still working out how to get started. Paul also loved to socialise and he was an enthusiastic participant in many of our events over the years. His cheerful presence, words of encouragement and big wide smile will be missed.
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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we live and work and their continuing connection to land, water, sea and community. We pay respects to Australia’s First Peoples, to their unique and diverse cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.
Learn more about our Reconciliation Action Plan

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