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Giving people a start, this Christmas

Paul is a strong advocate for work, because having a secure job has truly changed his life.

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DSA reports a very successful 2017/18

Customer satisfaction, staff culture, growth and sustainability have contributed to a successful reporting year for DSA.

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AccessAbility Day on 27th November

Our special event in Bankstown on 27th November will connect jobseekers with disability and employers.

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Everyone has the right to work

Heath Dickens, Operations Manager at DSA Packaging Solutions talks to the Sun Herald about job opportunities for people with a disability.

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DSA announces Mark Spurr's retirement

Disability Services Australia’s Chair Ken Gabb announced this week that Leisa Hart has been appointed as the next Chief Executive Officer. Leisa will commence as Chief Executive Officer at the end of January 2019.

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DSA expands its complex mentoring services

Disability Services Australia (DSA) has signed an agreement with the NSW Government which will see the Community Justice Program (CJP) and Integrated Support Program (ISP) services in Western and South Western Sydney and Orange in the Central West, transfer from Family and Community Services (FACS) to DSA by the end of 2018.

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2018 Jobseeker of the Year

Introducing our 2018 Jobseeker of the Year!

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Supporting people into employment

DSA Employment Solutions are a Disability Employment Services Employment Support Service (DES - ESS) for people with a disability funded by the Australian Government.

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Helping young people find their first job

We can support young people with a disability in reaching their employment goals, says Louise Mooney, DSA's General Manager, Training and Employment speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald.

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Susanne is dedicated to caring for her brother Kenny, but she needs our help.

When Kenny was just 22 months old, he was diagnosed with Autism. His mother Lenore, hoped it was just speech delay but when his overall development wasn't progressing, she knew it was true.

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