I am a person with a disability or a carer and I need advocacy assistance


I am a service provider and I would like to refer a person with a disability for advocacy assistance


Disability Advocacy NSW (DA) has two important ways it can help people with a disability and family with the NDIS:

  1. General Advocacy Support
  2. External Merits Review Support of NDIS decisions (NDIS Appeals)


Suite 1, Level 2 “Devonshire House” 408 King St Newcastle West Telephone: 1300 365 085

Disability Advocacy NSW (DA) is a program of Advocacy Law Alliance Inc.

DA believes that people with a disability have the same rights (and responsibilities) as people who do not have a disability. DA’s core purpose is to ensure that people with a disability realise these rights in practice by advocating with and for them.

DA’s helps people of all ages with any type of disability or mental illness get fair treatment in the Hunter, New England, Mid North Coast, Central West, Central Coast and Hawkesbury-Nepeanregions of NSW, AUSTRALIA. DA Brochure An advocate can provide individual advocacy and help get fair treatment: from government departments, disability services, other services and businesses; at work, university, school or TAFE; with accommodation, transport and access; with legal, healthcare or money issues; with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) We also assist with systematic advocacy issues and provide education sessions.