Not many of the Department of Human Services staff do their job in a shearing shed or catch chooks while they’re on duty, but Darienne Keizer has. Continue reading Free financial information from Dubbo to Bourke and in between
Once a year, the Quang Minh Buddhist Temple in Melbourne is transformed into a hub to provide valuable information about the Department of Human Services’ payments and services. Continue reading Live, pray and learn at Quang Minh Buddhist Temple
Passing a farm from one generation to the next may have a knock-on effect for older farmers planning to apply for the Age Pension in retirement. Continue reading Farmers get steer on succession planning
It’s a long and winding road to Bonang, in rural Victoria but well worth the trip when the opportunity arises to reach out to the local community and give information about the Department of Human Services’ payments and services.
Michael Brown is a regular at the free Financial Information Service (FIS) seminars in Canberra.
Elisabeth Bohun brings an infectious enthusiasm to her role as a Department of Human Services Financial Information Services Officer (FISO), and there is no doubt she is passionate about making a difference to customers.
With Seniors Week celebrations kicking off across the state from 1 April, local seniors looking for inspiration in their retirement are encouraged to attend a free expo held by the Department of Human Services, in partnership with Wollongong City Council. Continue reading Be Inspired during Wollongong Seniors Week Expo
Department of Human Services staff are taking advantage of new technology to help rural and remote customers access services. Continue reading Ground-breaking technology helps remote customers to understand their financial matters
Each month, Department of Human Services Financial Information Service (FIS) Officer Justin Bott appears on the Sky News ‘Your Money, Your Call’ programme with host Sam Henderson. Continue reading Helping people is just part of the job for Justin
Terry is one of our Financial Information Services Officers (FISO), and has been working for the Department of Human Services for more than 30 years. Continue reading FIS: helping people take control of their financial future