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Disability Royal Commission Advocate

Advocacy for Disability Access and Inclusion


Advocacy for Disability Access and Inclusion (ADAI) is funded by the Federal Department of Social Services to provide individual advocacy services to people with a disability living in South Australia. It has a central office in Currie Street Adelaide.  

The Disability Royal Commission Advocate:

  • Provides assistance, support and services for people with disability, families and carers affected by the Disability Royal Commission throughout South Australia.

  • Ensures clients are sufficiently informed about the Disability Royal Commission to enable them to make their own choices regarding taking part in the Royal Commission, have their rights and interests respected and to get the help they need to participate. 

  • Provides information and support to agencies working with people with disabilities and who seek support to participate in the Disability Royal Commission on behalf of their clients.

  • Identifies self-advocacy paths for individual clients to manage their own involvement in the Disability Royal Commission, and support individuals along those paths.

  • Contributes to reporting requirements that meet the governance and contractual requirements of ADAI
  • Contributes to the development of self-advocacy tools

A Position Description is attached below or contact reception@advocacyfordisability.org.au.

For further information on the position, please email: afd3@advocacyfordisability.org.au using the subject line: Disability Royal Commission Advocate enquiry via EthicalJobs.

The position is located in North Adelaide at the ADAI central office but some travel may be required.

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