Norm Anderton with his son John (second from the left) flanked by his brothers. For more than 100 years, ANZAC Day has marked the time for Australia and New Zealand to pay tribute to soldiers who have served in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations. It’s an important part of our nation and DSA’s history.
Updated COVID-19 information is provided for the broader DSA community of families, carers and visitors. We are here to support you during this time and to work together to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the community. DSA receives regular disability provider-specific updates from the Australian and NSW health departments which are updated to
After taking over as CEO of DSA in 2019, I was appalled to discover that a section of our dedicated workforce had been underpaid for several years. Today we have taken an important step in making this right by entering into an Enforceable Undertaking with the Fair Work Ombudsman. As part of that agreement we have
Finalists last year, winners in 2020! The Picnic in the Park event for International Day of People with Disability won the Award for Community Event of the Year at Blacktown City Council’s Australia Day event on 26th January, 2020. Congratulations to the Committee and all who supported and participated Picnic in the Park. DSA’s Sue
2019 was a special year for DSA’s flagship events in celebration of International Day of People with Disability. Picnic in the Park at Lake Alexandra in the Southern Highlands and at Blacktown Showground were a success as people with disability, their families and carers, and the community came together to enjoy a day of fun.