Webinar: What Stage 4 restrictions mean for Victorian disability services

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NDS is jointly hosting a webinar with DHHS on what Stage 4 restrictions mean for disability services. Please join us tomorrow, Tuesday 4 August – 12:00pm noon to 1:00pm.

DHHS representatives will provide an update on what the new Stage 4 restrictions mean for the disability sector. There will also be an update on the public health response to support providers in preparing and responding to outbreaks. Questions can be sent in advance to Jillian Black.

NDS is aware of the concerns of disability services about how the pandemic and latest restrictions may impact people with disability. We are working closely with DHHS, NDIA, and other relevant authorities to raise the concerns of our sector, and contribute to effective responses.

Please register for tomorrow’s webinar via the NDS event webpage.

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