eNews January 2022 in Easy Read

COVID testing and isolating rules

  • An Easy Read guide about the COVID testing and isolating rules in NSW.

How to register a positive COVID RAT

  • An Easy Read information guide about how to register a positive COVID rapid antigen test (RAT).

The future of Peat Island. Our voice is needed!

  • Peat Island, an island in the Hawkesbury River.

    The NSW Government wants to change Peat Island into a place for tourists.

    Peat Island used to be a place for people with disability.


  • People with disability should have a say about the future of Peat Island.

    For more information about Peat Island and what you can do go to our website.

Our latest podcast episode Dancer, Director and Dreamer

  • In this episode we chat to Jianna Georgiou.

  • Jianna is a dancer.

    She talks about being a dancer with Down Syndrome.

From Roadmap to action

  • Fiona McKenzie talks about the health of people with intellectual disability.

    Fiona is CID’s Chairperson.

Have your say about Sutherland Shire Disability Inclusion Action Plan

  • Sutherland Shire Council want to make a plan to make things better for people with intellectual disability.

    They want to know what is important for you.

  • The focus group will be on Monday 7 February 2022 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

    The focus group will be on Zoom.



  • To take part you must live or work in the Sutherland Shire.

    For more information contact Communities Team on 02 9710 0422 or communities@ssc.nsw.gov.au.

COVID meal preparation and delivery

  • You might be able to use your NDIS core supports funding to pay for a meal preparation and delivery service.

    This would be instead of having a support worker prepare your meals

  • This is only temporary.
    It goes only from 12 January until 28 February.



  • If you have questions talk to your

    • local area coordinator
    • planner
    • support coordinator.

'Growing up making decisions'

Got a question?

  • Our friendly team can answer your questions.

    They can help you find the information you need.

    Call us on 1800 424 065.

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