Diversicare have developed a range of profiles of different cultures to support providers in delivering culturally appropriate care. Browse the profiles via the link to develop more of an understanding of different cultures.
This practice guide Working with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds with caring responsibilities from the Centre for Multicultural Youth provides guidance on working with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds with caring responsibilities.
The Refugee Health Network Queensland has a range of resources on disability.
AMPARO Advocacy is a non-profit community organisation which provides independent individual and systemic advocacy on behalf of vulnerable people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds with disability. They have factsheets on the disability and the NDIS translated into 33 different languages.
The 2019 report Barriers and exclusions: The support needs of newly arrived refugees with a disability is produced in partnership by four national peak bodies- the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council of Australia, the National Ethnic Disability Alliance, the Refugee Council of Australia, and the Settlement Council of Australia.
Health translations provide a document of helpful words when accessing the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) that is available in a variety of different languages.
The Centre for culture, ethnicity and heath provide a range of data, publications, tools and more on disability in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities.
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