Information for people with disability, their families and carers about services, support, funding and more.
Information for disability sector organisations about contracts, reporting, policies and more.
Information for business and government about employing people with disability, Disability Access and Inclusion Plans and more.
Information about the NDIS and the impact on WA clients.
Information about career options, current job vacancies and more.
Corporate information, newsletters, initiatives, guiding principles and more.
Information about disability, accessibility and inclusion, communication tips and more.
Disability Services receives State and Commonwealth funding and in turn provides funding to non-government agencies to provide the most appropriate supports and services to people with disability.
Disability service providers that receive funding from Disability Services have contractual reporting obligations. Disability Services uses the data submitted by disability service providers to meet State and Federal reporting obligations.
ACDC is an internet-based application which collects and stores data from disability service organisations. It uses an independent, secure central server to store and transmit service-related data for reporting purposes. Access is restricted to authorised users via designated usernames and passwords.
The links below lead to resources designed to support disability service organisations to use ACDC. Please note that an updated User Manual and further documentation will be available in 2018.
If these resources do not answer your queries, please email the ACDC Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. To help us direct your query, please use the subject line to indicate “General Query” or “Uploader Query”.
ACDC Quick Guide 2017-18
ACDC Frequently Asked Questions 2017-18
ACDC Reporting Requirements 2017-18 Information Sheet
Service Type Codes Definitions
Service providers will be required to provide an annual statement of declaration, stating whether they have delivered the contracted services by 31 October. The report is to state ‘Yes/No’ and detail the variances.
Please email the signed and completed form to email@example.com
Declaration of Service Agreement ComplianceDeclaration of Outputs and Outcomes Compliance for Funded Services
The Commission’s ‘Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2011-16’ articulates its strategies to meet the desired outcomes of the Disability Services Act 1993. Disability Services is required to inform its agents and contractors of its DAIP and monitor their progress in implementing it.
Accordingly, any agents, contractors, funded and sponsored agencies that interact with the community on behalf of Disability Services are required to complete a yearly DAIP Contractor Progress Report.
DAIP Contractor Progress Reports are due by 31 May each year. Please forward completed reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAIP contractor progress report template