Watch the latest #DHSTV for an update from Hank Jongen about what’s happening at the Department of Human Services during June 2017. Continue reading June 2017 Update #DHSTV
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
Adelaide’s Connor Taylor is proof you can use what some people see as a limitation, as a unique skill. In primary school Connor was diagnosed to be on the autism spectrum. Continue reading Dandelion Programme harnessing natural talents for IT
Be cautious about emails, faxes, SMS and phone calls claiming to be from the Australian Taxation Office. Read these indicators of scams so you can stay safe.
Continue reading Don’t get played by scammers!
Any changes to your study may affect your student payment paid by Centrelink. If there’s been a change, or you’re thinking of making a change, here are 4 situations you need to tell them about. Continue reading Top 4 changes to your studies you need to tell Centrelink about
In this month’s podcast Department of Human Services General Manager Hank Jongen sits down with Financial Information Service Officer (FISO) Justin Bott.
Divesh Narayan is one of around 70 Multicultural Service Officers who work with migrant and refugee communities connecting with the department and other agencies.
Recently Department of Human Services staff member Reece teamed up with Orange Sky Laundry, to volunteer his time to run a laundry with a difference to help those less fortunate.