Legal advice and advocacy
Our non-legal services
QAI has six non-legal services which can offer advocacy and support for individuals in specific circumstances.
NDIS Appeals Support Program
The NDIS Appeals Support Program provides non-legal advocacy, support, and referral to people with disability and their families for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) reviews and appeals.
NDIS Decision Support Pilot Program
The NDIS Decision Support Pilot provides non-legal advocacy and decision-making support for people with disability who have limited decision-making capacity and require assistance to engage with the NDIS at any stage of process.
Education Advocacy Service
The Education Advocacy Service is an independent, professional advocacy service which supports the resolution of complex and escalated complaints relating to the access, participation and/or achievement of students with disability in Queensland state schools (and home schooling).
Disability Royal Commission Advocacy Program
The Disability Royal Commission (DRC) Advocacy Program provides individual non-legal advocacy for vulnerable people wishing to make a submission to the DRC.
Justice Support Program
The Justice Support Program provides non-legal advocacy and is a QAI initiative designed to respond to the needs of people with disability in the criminal justice and related systems.
Social Work Service
The Social Work Service is an internal allied service currently providing social work support to clients of QAI’s Human Rights Legal Service.
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