Afford reinforces commitment to First Nations People

Afford reinforces commitment to First Nations People

On Saturday 14 October 2023, Australians will vote in a national referendum on whether there should be a Voice to Parliament representing the interests of First Nations people. In the event that Australians vote yes, this will be part of the Australian Constitution....
Afford announces a positive vision for supported employment

Afford announces a positive vision for supported employment

The Australian Foundation for Disability (Afford) is committed to taking progressive steps to creating inclusive, non-segregated workplaces that provide career opportunities for people living with disability. For the more than 30 years we have been a proud employer of...
Afford supports The Voice to Parliament

Afford supports The Voice to Parliament

Afford has recently commenced the process of developing our first Reconciliation Action Plan, establishing a working group of dedicated and enthusiastic people from all employee groups across the country to guide our work. We are deeply committed to taking meaningful...
Afford celebrates graduation for Australian Disability Enterprise

Afford celebrates graduation for Australian Disability Enterprise

On Thursday 29 June, the Australian Foundation for Disability (Afford) celebrated 18 graduates who live with disability achieving their Certificate III in Process Manufacturing through BSI Learning’s development program. The graduation ceremony took place at Liverpool...
Updated: Afford’s statement on Federal Court matter with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

Updated: Afford’s statement on Federal Court matter with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

June 14, 2023  Today, the final judgement and penalty was handed down in the case against Australian Foundation for Disability (Afford) at the Federal Court of Australia. The regulatory matter was raised by the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission due to Afford’s...
Updated: Afford’s statement on Federal Court matter with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

Afford exits Western Australia

The Australian Foundation for Disability (Afford) has announced today that the organisation has made a difficult decision about the provision of disability services in Western Australia. Afford will no longer be offering disability services in Western Australia. This...
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