Supporting People with Disabilities Community of Practice
This Community of Practice is for TAFE NSW staff who are interested in issues related to people with disabilities.
You can access this site from the Internet. Use the Main Menu links on the left-hand side of the screen to navigate to the topics that interest you.
The Community also provides an opportunity for Teacher/Consultants to communicate with each other via the DISCUSSON link at the top right-hand side of each screen. If you want to add comments you will need to send us an
and request access.
Please let us know if you have information about an event, resource or anything else you would like to share with your colleagues and we can upload it to the site for everyone to access. We appreciate your ideas, contributions and feedback.
Don't DIS my ABILITY
celebrates the diversity and ability of people with disability, and it's for everyone. Up to 100 events are held throughout November and December each year.
Don't DIS my ABILITY aims to promote positive perceptions about people with disability and build an environment that encourages active participation in careers, leisure pursuits and social activities.
Bobby Coulthart (pictured left) the 22 year old sign writing apprentice and artist from Wyee Point was the face of the 2012 Don't DIS my ABILITY campaign. Bobby is a graduate of the Transition to Work program, a two year program that helps young people with disability gain employment after leaving school. Bobby's message to other school leavers with disability is "Work hard at whatever you want to do". He also wants people to be more inclusive and not be afraid to give people with disability a go.
If you would like more information about the events or have questions about the
Don't DIS my ABILITY
campaign, please contact:Communication Services Group
Department of Family and Community Services
Level 4, 4-6 Cavill Avenue Ashfield NSW Sydney 2000
Phone: 02 9716 2598
Fax: 02 9716 2677Email:
For feedback or other issues related to the content of this site please contact:
Bronwyn Braham ( E:
Education Program Manager, Disability
Margaret Potter (E:
Senior Education Officer
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