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Improving the Ethics of Disability Care

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A new vocational training program putting ethics at the heart of disability care aims to protect the National Disability Insurance Scheme from the sorts of abuses recently uncovered in Australia’s aged care system.  

The Victorian government on Wednesday announced $1 million funding to develop a new NDIS vocational training program, focusing on ethics, abuse and power – led by the Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) in partnership with RMIT University and the Future Social Service Institute (FSSI).

FSSI director David Hayward spoke to Pro Bono News following the funding announcement and said he wanted ethics training in the curriculum from day one, and not just as an “optional extra”.

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AUTHOR: Maggie Coggan

DATED: 26 September 2018

WEBSITE: Probono Australia

URL: https://probonoaustralia.com.au/


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