Funding for the Disability Support for Older Australians Program

The Australian Government provides funding to Disability Support for Older Australians (DSOA) Program service coordinators. Service coordinators develop Individual Support Plans (ISPs) for clients. DSOA service coordinators need a grant agreement before they can deliver services.

About DSOA Program funding

The DSOA Program provides funding under an Individual Support Plan (ISP).

Grant agreement

When you become a DSOA Program service coordinator, you enter into a new grant agreement with Health.

Contacts

DSOA Program grant agreements are managed for Health by the Department of Social Services Community Grants Hub.

The Community Grants Hub is available to help with any program related enquiries. Any program enquiries or issues that cannot be resolved by the Community Grants Hub will be referred to us.

Each Grant Recipient (DSOA service coordinator) has a Funding Arrangement Manager (FAM). 

DSOA Funding Arrangement Manager contacts

Disability Support for Older Australians (DSOA) grant recipients (DSOA service coordinators) can contact their state or territory Funding Arrangement Manager (FAM) to discuss contract variations.
Australian Capital Territory/New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
South Australia
Western Australia
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