The Disability Support Network is a non-profit that is Making a Difference in the lives of people with disabilities and their families. They provide support, resources, and advocacy to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else.
Their mission is to create an inclusive society where people with disabilities can live their lives with dignity and respect. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to reach their full potential. They are working to create a future where people with disabilities are included and valued in all aspects of society.
What is the Disability Support Network?
The Disability Support Services in Ballina is a non-profit organization that provides services and resources to people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. We are here to help you find answers to your questions, connect you with local support groups, connect you with medical professionals, and provide other resources that will help you live as independently as possible.
What services do they provide?
The Disability Support system provides over 100 different services, including
1) Information on disability rights laws in your state.
2) Information on medical conditions.
3) Legal information related to disabilities.
4) A resource guide for finding accommodations at work or school.
5) Information about local support groups near you that can help with day-to-day living.
6) An online community where members can ask questions about various topics related to disability, such as employment, education and more.
7) An online forum for posting recent news related to disability issues.
8) A family support network where parents of children with disabilities can connect with other parents going through similar experiences.
How has the Disability Support Network made a difference?
The Disability Support Network (DSN) has been helping to improve the lives of people with disability for over 30 years. Our aim is to promote and protect the rights of people with disability through advocacy, education and support.
The DSN serves as a voice for people who are often marginalised and disadvantaged in our community. They provide information about government services, advocate for improved services, provide practical support and offer advice on how to find solutions to problems you may be facing.
They have helped thousands of people access health care, employment and housing opportunities; gain further education; make informed choices about their own lives; assert their rights; participate fully in society; enjoy social contact and make friends; stay safe from abuse or neglect; maintain a sense of well being; receive assistance when they need it most; and achieve their goals.