Have your say on the Disability Gateway website

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The Department of Social Services (DSS) is seeking feedback on the new National Disability Information Gateway pilot website.

The Disability Gateway is intended to help people with disability, their family and carers to access assistance and services relevant to them. The service will also support enquiries from those who support people with disability, including providers.

Government-accredited service providers can apply to be listed under “organisations for people with disability” on the site. Organisations that wish to apply to deliver the full Disability Gateway Service on behalf of the government can submit a proposal by 15 September 2020.

Providers can direct feedback and questions to DSS via the “provide feedback” link on the pilot website.

The full website and an accompanying 1800 number will launch in January 2021.

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