A public webinar about the National Disability Data Asset (disability data asset) will be held on Tuesday, 2 May 2023 from 1:00pm-2:30pm AEST (begins at 11.00am in Western Australia and 12.30pm in Northern Territory and South Australia).
To register visit: https://events.humanitix.com/webinar-national-disability-data-asset
The National Disability Data Asset is a new way to bring together de-identified information from different government agencies about people with disability. The disability data asset will provide more information about the outcomes, goals and needs of people with disability. This will help us to better support people with disability, their carers and the community.
You can learn more about the disability data asset and its expected benefits by registering for our upcoming webinar.
During this webinar event, you can find out about:
- what is the disability data asset
- how it will benefit people with disability, their carers and families
- how it will be valuable for governments, researchers and other organisations
- how the information will be kept safe and privacy protected
- how the disability data asset will be co-governed by governments and the disability community. This includes information about the arrangements for the Council and Charter, to ensure data is only used for agreed reasons.
The event is being hosted by the Department of Social Services. We have some great key speakers including:
- Dr. Ben Gauntlett, Australia’s Disability Discrimination Commissioner and Chair of Australia’s Disability Strategy Advisory Council
- Catherine McAlpine, CEO of Inclusion Australia
- Dr Scott Avery, Researcher and Senior Lecturer, Western Sydney University
Auslan interpreters and live closed captioning will be available for the webinar.
If you need support to register for this event or want more information you can contact the event facilitators the Social Deck via email at email@example.com or phone 0458 228 142.
To find out more and register visit:
A recording of the webinar will be uploaded in accessible formats on the National Disability Data Asset website at www.ndda.gov.au in the weeks following the event.