Two years ago, Department of Human Services Social Worker Veronica made national headlines for being part of the largest paired kidney exchange in Australian medical history. Continue reading Veronica says Thank You for the gift of life
A Multicultural Service Officer from the Department of Human Services is making a difference in the lives of Melbourne-based Vietnamese mothers through digital services information sessions. Continue reading Vietnamese mums tap into Digital Services
The Department of Human Services’ digital self-service options are leading the way in government innovation, making life easier for Australians and proving that the digital revolution isn’t the future – it’s well underway. Continue reading Let’s get digital, digital!
Watch the latest #DHSTV for an update from Hank Jongen about what’s happeneing at the Department of Human Services during November 2017.
When Kashia Collins decided to return to the workforce after having her son, she applied for the Australian Government Indigenous Apprenticeships Programme, not knowing where the programme would take her. Now, Kashia has become the first Indigenous Apprentice in IT at the Department of Human Services.
For Department of Human Services Remote Smart Centre employee Rhiannon Coppin, being a finalist for ‘Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year’ at the Northern Territory Training Awards is recognition of the hard work underpinning her success.
Taking on the role of carer can happen unexpectedly, and Department of Human Services employee Kym is familiar with the personal strength that is needed to move forward when this happens.
Do you want to skip the queue and do your Centrelink business faster? Here are 6 things you can do online:
Tasmanian Seniors Week (16 – 22 October) is a chance to shine a light on the growing number of older Australians embracing the Internet.
Department of Human Services Multicultural Service Officer Sreta Mrkic is based in the Northern Sydney region and is committed to using his skills to help others.