Disability Services is part of the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services. We contribute to creating a more inclusive Queensland by developing policies, programs and services that support people with a disability, people with a mental illness and people who are frail aged, and their families and carers.
We work in partnership with non-government service providers to help support those most in need through providing accommodation support, respite and community and home care services.
Our services and programs are delivered through seven regions.
More information about us, including our annual reports, commitments and strategic plan, is available under Corporate publications.
- the Chief Practitioner Disability provides specialist expertise and authoritative clinical advice to inform policies, programs and services for people with disabilities
- the Director of Forensic Disability is a new independent statutory role responsible for ensuring the new Forensic Disability Act 2011 is implemented and monitoring and reviewing the Forensic Disability Service.