Appointment of new Auditor

DADAA would like to formally advise that Not for Profit Accounting Specialists (NFPAS) has resigned from 19 February 2024 and Nexia Perth Audit Service Pty Ltd have been appointed.

Trinity Williams, DADAA staff portraits, 2020-21, Tombow Dual Brush pens on paper

NDIS and the arts

Did you know that you can include the arts in your NDIS plan? DADAA is a NDIS-registered provider and people eligible for NDIS can have their programs at DADAA written into their plan.

Under the NDIS, art activities are categorised as social and economic participation, skills development, pathways to employment, and health and wellbeing. Whether you join a workshop or one-to-one mentoring, the programs you choose at DADAA will be designed to help you achieve your goals at a personal, professional, and social level.

You can learn more about the role of art can play in the lives of people with disability in this video from Arts Access Victoria.

About the NDIS

The Australian Government’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides financial support to Australians with disability. The NDIS funds supports and services that relate to a person’s disability in order to help them achieve their goals.

Who does the NDIS support?

To be eligible for NDIS you must have a permanent disability that:

  • reduces your ability to participate effectively in activities, or perform tasks or actions
  • significantly affects your capacity for social and economic participation
  • and you must be an Australian citizen, the holder of a permanent visa or hold a Protected Special Category Visa
  • be aged under 65 (or under 55 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders)

If you don’t currently receive NDIS, contact us and we can help you find out if you are eligible and connect you to your local NDIS planner. Contact our Client Services team

Read more about the NDIS here


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DADAA respectfully acknowledges the Whadjuk and Yued people of the Noongar nation and the Southern Yamatji Peoples, the traditional owners of the lands upon which DADAA operates. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.