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Confused about the transition to the NDIS?

Are you from a CALD background?

Do you know someone who could benefit from translated resources about the NDIS?

Our Multicultural Disability Services team understand your needs. They have created a list of handy resources, including fact sheets and websites, that will assist you with the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Many of the resources listed below can be found in different languages, making them important tools in helping to increase the participation of people with disability from CALD – Culturally And Linguistically Diverse  Communities, and their families, in activities that aim to prepare them for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

AMPARO

AMPARO Advocacy has produced two fact sheets to provide information to people from culturally and Linguistically diverse communities about disability and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) – 30 different Languages

Fact Sheet 1- Understanding Disability in Australia

Factsheet 2- What is the NDIS?

The fact sheets are available in Amharic, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesian, Bosnian / Bosanski, Burmese, Chinese- Simplified, Chinese- Traditional, Croatian, Dari, Dinka, Farsi, French, Greek, Hindi, Hmong, Indonesian- see Bahasa Indonesian, Japanese, Italian / Italiano, Karen, Kirundi, Korean, Macedonian, Nepali, Samoan, Somali, Spanish, Serbian, Swahili, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, Tongan, Turkish, Vietnamese and AUSLAN.

Click here to access these translated factsheets or visit www.amparo.org.au/factsheets/

My Choice Matters

My Choice Matters has translated their most popular planning tools, Good Life workbooks 1, 2 & 3 into a number of community languages.

Click here to access the resources in Hindi, Arabic, Chinese, Tamil, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese or visit www.mychoicematters.org.au/resources/publications-in-your-language

NDIA

The NDIA have fact sheets in easy English and several languages regarding the NDIS, including Arabic, AUSLAN, Greek, Korean,  Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Vietnamese.

Click here to access these translated factsheets or visit ndis.nsw.gov.au/ndis-resources/fact-sheets/

There are also a wide range of guides, factsheets and other resources available for Aboriginal People, as well as in easy English, as well as by district.

Click here to access these resources or visit ndis.nsw.gov.au/ndis-resources/fact-sheets/

Family and Community Services, Ageing, Disability & Home Care

ADHC have part of their site translated regarding Ageing, Disability and Home Care.

You can also access a variety of their publications in: Arabic / العربية , Assyrian / Ātûrāyâ, Bengali / বাংলা, Chinese Simplified / 中文 – 简体, Chinese Traditional / 中文 – 繁體, Croatian / Hrvatski, Dari / ری , Dinka / Thuɔŋjäŋ, Dutch / Nederlands, English, Farsi (Persian) / فارسی, Filipino (Tagalog) / Filipino, French / Français, German / Deutsch, Greek / Ελληνικά, Hindi / मानक हिन्दी, Hungarian / Magyar, Indonesian / Bahasa Indonesia, Italian / Italiano, Japanese / 日本語, Khmer / ភាសាខ្មែរ, Korean / 한국어, 조선말, Macedonian / Македонски јазик, Maltese / Malti, Nepali / नेपाली, Pashto (Afghan) / پښتو , Polish / język polski, Portuguese / Português, Punjabi / ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, Russian / Русский язык, Samoan / Gagana Sāmoa, Serbian / српски, Shona / Shona, Sinhala / සිංහල, Spanish / Español, Tamil / தமிழ் tamiḻ, Thai, Turkish / Türkçe, Ukrainian / українська мова, Urdu / اُردُو‎, Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt.

Click here to access these translated resources or visit www.adhc.nsw.gov.au/publications/adhc_publications_in_your_language

Carers NSW

Carers NSW have translated Fact sheets on Carer NSW, Carer Support Groups & The Impacts of residential Placement resources.

They are available in the following languages: Arabic, Bosnian, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Croatian, English, Greek, Italian, Khmer,

Korean, Macedonian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish, Vietnamese.

Click here to access these translated resources or visit www.carersnsw.org.au/how-we-help/factsheets/translated

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission

ACCC have translated a fact sheet – your rights when you buy something into several community languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Spanish, Filipino and Vietnamese.

This guide explains your consumer rights and the steps you can take to resolve problems. It is written in Easy English, which is more accessible for people who have difficulty reading and understanding written information. You can order a braille version of this publication by emailing a request to publications.unit@accc.gov.au

Click here to access these resources or visit www.accc.gov.au/publications/your-rights-when-you-buy-something

Ombudsman NSW

Ombudsman NSW have general information fact sheets regarding complaints and their office translated into: Auslan, አማርኛ / Amharic, العربية / Arabic, Arabic Juba, ܐܵܬܘܿܪܵܝܵܐ / Assyrian, বাংলা / Bengali , Bosanski / Bosnian, Burmese, 简体中文 / Chinese Simplified, 繁體中文 / Chinese Traditional, Hrvatski / Croatian, دری / Dari , Thuɔŋjäŋ / Dinka , English, Farsi, VakaViti / Fijian, Ελληνικά / Greek, हिंदी / Hindi, Indonesian, Italiano / Italian, 日本語 / Japanese, unD / Karen, ខ្មែរ / Khmer, 한국어 / Korean, Krio, کوردی (سۆرانی) / Kurdish (Sorani), ພາສາລາວ / Lao, македонски / Macedonian, Malti / Maltese, नेपाली / Nepali, Português> / Portuguese , ਪੰਜਾਬੀ / Punjabi, Pushto, Русский / Russian, Samoa / Samoan, Српски / Serbian, සිං භ / Sinhalese , Somali, Español / Spanish, Kiswahili / Swahili, Tagalog, தமிழ் / Tami, ภาษาไทย / Thai, ትግርኛ / Tigrinya, Türkçe / Turkish, Twi, اردو / Urdu, Tiếng Việt / Vietnamese.

They also have a Multilingual complaint brochure.

Click here to access these translated resources or visit www.ombo.nsw.gov.au/news-and-publications/publications/information-in-other-languages

 

 

 

 

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