Welcome to People With Disabilities (WA)

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PWDWA provide non-legal advocacy to people with disabilities. Advocacy is the process of standing alongside individuals to ensure that people are able to speak out, to express their views and uphold their rights. Our advocacy services are available to any person with a disability. You do not have to be a member to access advocacy. All of the advocacy work that PWdWA does follows the principals of the National Disability Strategy
  • Membership to PWDWA is free and open to West Australian residents living with a disability (full membership) or those who identify with the aims of the organisation (Associate).
  • To see current events, including our upcoming Advocacy Workshops, go to our Events page!
Independent DSC Quality Evaluation

The Disability Services Commission has informed the consortium of Statewide Disability Advocacy Agencies including People With disabilities WA (PWdWA), Advocacy South West (ASW) & Sussex Street Community Legal Service (SSCLS) that an independent quality evaluation is scheduled for April/May 2017. This evaluation will assess how well we are supporting you to meet your needs and achieving positive outcomes.

If you have received services from our consortium organisations and wish to attend the meeting discussing the evaluation process it will be held on:

                4th of April 2017  at 11am – 12pm

                 PWdWA  Conference room  – Suite 1, 37 Hampden Road 

                 Nedlands 6009

Please feel free to involve your family, carer, and/or advocate in the meeting. If you would like to attend or dial in via Telelink, please confirm with the Coordinator Natalie Turner by 24th March 2017

Phone: 9485 8900      Email: natalie@pwdwa.org

A final report will be presented to everyone at an exit meeting, which you are welcome to attend or dial in via Telelink to hear the key findings of the evaluation. This date will be advised on our website.

For more information about the National Standards for Disability Services, please visit the Disability Services Commission’s website; www.disability.wa.gov.au.

If you have any questions, please contact: Natalie Turner, Quality Framework Management Coordinator