MDAA Consumer Conference 2019 held at the Holroyd Centre Merrylands Sydney
The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA)
is the peak body for all people in NSW with disability and their families and
carers, with a particular focus on those from a culturally and linguistically
diverse (CALD) / non-English Speaking (NES) background with disability.
Since 1995, MDAA has been advocating for the rights of people with disability from CALD/NES backgrounds, their families and carers for better outcomes and improved access to services, opportunities and participation in the disability sector.
Susan Laguna (MDAA)
On Wednesday, 21 August 2019, Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA) had a very successful Consumer Conference about "NDIS challenges". Consumers had a good time discussing their issues and there were many new faces that came along. The Conference was held at the Holroyd Centre, Merrylands Sydney.
After registration Conference opened at 10am with Acknowledgment of Country and Housekeeping. Rhianon Galla, Project Coordinator, Intercultural Sounds and Movements, Zaya Toma, talks
Acting Senior Solicitor Nicola Cannon
about NDIS, Acting Senior Solicitor Nicola Cannon speaks about the NDIS Appeals, Review and public Rights.
Mona Osmani explained Cumberland Council Community Services and Mely Tapiru, expressed Community Voices for quick action.
Panel Discussion on Community Services
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