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Services and Support for People with Disability: Program Guidelines

Government of Australia Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Australia 1 August 2011 Guidelines Social Inclusion

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The Services and Support for People with Disability Program provides support to people with
disability, their families and carers, through grants and funding to organisations that deliver
services for people with disability. The program outcome is to provide supported employment and improve access to information, advocacy and services for people with disability so they can develop their capabilities and actively participate in community and economic life.

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