Following are links to some federal and state government websites, we hope you find them useful.
Federal Government Links
State Government Links
The Department for Child Protection and Family Support protects and cares for children and young people who are in need, and supports families and individuals who are at risk or in crisis.
- Adoption and Foster Care
- Child Protection
- Child protection – children at risk
- Children and young people in care
- Crisis and emergency (08) 9223 1111
- One Tree Community Services
- Family and domestic violence
- Learning and development (CSTC)
- Mandatory Reporting
- Working with Children Checks
The Department for Local Government and Communities will assist government and communities to work together to help all Western Australians, especially those with special needs.
The Department of Education provides a quality lifelong learning environment to ensure an educated and skilled future for all Western Australians. Their aim is for everyone to have the opportunity to reach their learning and skills potential and contribute to society.
- provides for the development and implementation of a Curriculum Framework for schooling which, taking account of the needs of students, sets out the knowledge, understandings, skills, values and attitudes that students are expected to acquire
- provides for the development and accreditation of courses for senior secondary schooling and
- provides for the assessment and certification of student achievement.
WA Health is Western Australia’s public health system. Their purpose is to ensure healthier, longer and better lives for all Western Australians.
- North Metro Health Service NMAHS
- South Metro Health Service SMAHS
- East Metro Health Service EMAHS
- WA Country Health Service WACHS
- Child & Adolescent Health Service C&AHS
- The Department of Training and Workforce Development lists training courses funded by the Department of Training and Workforce Development, offered through training providers across the state.
- Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre
- Apprenticeship Office
- Career Centre
- Training Courses
- Workforce Planning & Development
The Disability Services Commission describes how the Commission works, includes important documents such as the Strategic Plan, Annual Report, Disability Industry Plan and provides contact details and employment opportunities and has information in the following categories:.
- For business and government
- For individuals, families and carers
- For service providers
- Publications and links
- Understanding disability
- WA NDIS
The above links are to some websites we think you may find useful. We do not accept any liability for any information provided on these sites and they have been provided for your reference only. Links are listed in alphabetical order for the purpose of reader convenience.