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The National Disability

Coordination Officer Program

The Australian Government's National Disability Coordination
Officer (NDCO) Program works strategically to assist people
with disability access and participate in tertiary education and
subsequent employment, through a national network of regionally
based NDCOs.

National Disability Coordination Officer Program
NDCO Transition Planning

Transition Planning

Transition planning is a process that helps young
people plan, prepare and work towards achieving
their future directions and goals.
NDCO Career Planning

Career Planning

Choosing a career is a lifelong journey with the
possibility of several changes as opportunities and
events occur along the way.
NDCO Education Pathways

Education Pathways

Education in Australia starts with Pre-school or
Kindergarten & Reception Reception and is followed
by 12 years of primary & secondary school.
NDCO Employment  Pathways

Employment Pathways

Going to work creates both personal and vocational
growth and adds to your teenager's network of
NDCO Disability Rights

Disability Rights

The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1992 is a
Federal Act, makes discrimination on the grounds of
disability unlawful.
NDCO Disclosure Planning

Disclosure Planning

"Disclosure" refers to the personal decision to tell
another person, employer or institution about a
NDCO Inclusive Technology

Inclusive Technology

Inclusive Technology as applied to persons with
disabilities was previously referred to as 'special
needs computing', then 'adaptive technology'...
NDCO Resources


Career Planning Booklet, Create Your Future -
Empowering people with disability in study and work
- video clips
Customised Employment - streamlining sustainable transitions

National Disability Coordination Officer
Programme (NDCO). South Australia:
Regions: 23-24-25


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