Recommended resources for:
- rights to disability support services
- the National Disability Insurance Scheme
- powers of attorney and guardianship
- disability discrimination laws
- making a complaint about disability services.
Access to disability services
A video explaining the law about access to disability support services. It covers what to do if you are unhappy with a decision about your support services.
Payments for people living with illness, injury or disability
Information about payments and support available for people with an illness, injury or a disability that means they cannot work. It covers financial and social services.
People with disability
Information about the eligibility requirements for accessing supports and services through the National Disability Insurance Scheme. It includes videos, factsheets and case studies.
Supportive attorney appointments
Information about ‘supportive attorneys’, who can help you make financial and personal decisions, access relevant information, communicate decisions you have made, and carry them out. Supportive attorneys can be appropriate for people with disabilities.
Information explaining guardianship of an adult with a disability who is unable to make their own decisions.
Want to speak to someone about disability issues?
Disability Services Division, Department of Health & Human Services (Victoria): 1300 366 731