CatholicCare Disability Futures receives Certificate of Registration under the New South Wales Disability Services Standards

June 12, 2018

As part of the final compliance requirements of its contract with the NSW Department of Families & Community Services, Ageing Disability and Home Care CatholicCare Disability Futures undertook Third Party Verification through an audit process with verifier/assessors from HDAA Australia Pty Ltd. The actual audit took place over two days in late February with many weeks of preparation occurring beforehand.

The final Certificate was received in early April and prepares CatholicCare Disability Futures for the final part of its transition and implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme where the new National Quality and Safeguarding Commission will now have responsibility for Service Provider Registration, Authorisation of Restrictive Practices and other compliance and regulatory requirements

This is Desley, our Relationships Developer Disability Futures with the Certificate of Registration.

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