Respite Network for Service Providers (RN4SP)
Provides an opportunity for agencies from the North and West Metropolitan Region providing respite care to people with a disability and their carers, with a forum to share information, issues and to network with peers.
Meetings held bi-monthly:
The Older Families sub group meeting occurs prior to the main meeting.
disAbility Connections - formerly Western Region Disability Network
disAbility connections Victoria (DCV) - formerly the Western Region Disability Network (WRDN) is a network of around 1000 people with a disability, their carers, families, service providers, government and community. DCV disseminates information, building the capacity of people with disabilities and their carers, raising community awareness and providing advocacy through partnerships and collaboration mainly in the North and West suburbs of Melbourne but welcomes anyone who shares our passion for disability issues to join us. DCV is hosted by annecto.
Meetings held bi-monthly
To find out more:
Find out more about disAbility Connections including contacts and dates for meetings;
Case Management Action Group (CMAG)
The Case Management Action Group (CMAG) is a collective of disability case management agencies operating in the North and West Metropolitan Region of Melbourne.
The Case Management Action Group is a formal extension of the relationships that currently exist between case management providers. It forms a representative body to be involved in planning, policy development, and advocacy on behalf of people with a disability. This group also provides a centralised focus for information exchange amongst all participants.
Meetings and information sessions held throughout the year
CMAG also has published the Disability Information Kit
The information contained in the sheets is intended for people with a disability and/or their families and carers who are new to the disability service system or are after a little extra information.
Find out more about CMAG and the Disability Information Kit here