Monthly Archives: September 2021

Royal Commission highlights deficient COVID-19 vaccine strategy and roll-out for people with disability

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has found “the conduct of the vaccine rollout, especially to people living in residential disability settings and disability support workers was ‘seriously deficient’”, undertaken without consulting the disability sector. The draft report identifies three core problems with the rollout...
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Planning for training recommencement: A guide for ACE providers

In the following article, CCA’s CEO, Dr Don Perlgut, outlines the importance for Australian adult and community education (ACE) providers to commence planning for recommencement of training in coming months, as vaccination rates increase.


Despite a devastating wave of COVID-19 infections since late June, both New South Wales and Victoria are making plans for a re-opening...
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