The Disability Discrimination Service (DDS) assists people with disabilities and their representatives who feel they have been discriminated against because of their disability including in relation to:
There may be other areas where you feel you have been discriminated against because of your disability. Contact us on freecall 1800 812 953 and we can advise on the options available to you.
We can assist you to make a formal complaint to either the Australian Human Rights Commission or the NT Anti-Discrimination Commission, or we can contact people on your behalf to try and resolve you complaint. We can also refer you to other agencies when this is appropriate.
If you require an interpreter (including Auslan) we will provide one for free.
For more information about disability advocacy and support, please visit our Aged and Disability Advocacy page.
The Disability Discrimination Advocacy Service is funded by the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department.