Our Mission Statement
Granite Belt Support Services Inc works to improve the quality of life of people with disAbilities/Special Needs in the Southern Downs, Queensland and Hunter/New England New South Wales areas. We provide services to assist people with disabilities and special needs and their families and carers to be included in all aspects of community life.
Who Are We?
- Offering services for people of all ages with a disability or special needs
- Local Disability and Special Needs Service providing support & services across the Southern Downs and Northern Tablelands regions
- NDIS registered organisation
We are committed to providing a quality service that complies with NDIS standards, and to treating our participants with the respect and dignity they deserve. Accountability is important to us: please see the links below for information on the rights of our participants, and the NDS Zero Tolerance Framework.
To provide our services, we have to collect certain personal information from our participants and carers. This information is protected with respect for the individual’s right to privacy. For details on the personal information we collect and how it is stored, please read our Privacy Statement, linked below.
If you ever have any concerns about our service, contact us here, or report your concerns through the NDIS complaints process.
Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DIDRR) Framework and Toolkit
The Queensland DIDRR Framework and Toolkit provides a roadmap for people with disability, community and disability support services, and local disaster management to work together to co-design DIDRR innovations, implement, and evaluate their impact on decreasing risk and increasing the resilience of people with disability to disaster.
Granite Belt Support Services acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this nation and the lands on which we provide support for people with a disability, their families and carers.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.