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Connect - 1 April 2021
Message from the Acting Chief Executive
Streamlined subsidy scheme
Our work on the South Australian Transport Subsidy Scheme helps provide significant subsidies on taxi fares for people with disabilities, supporting their independence and quality of life.
The scheme will soon move to a fully digital model, with clients using e-cards rather than vouchers and paper-based record keeping. Besides being clumsy, this old-fashioned system was open to dispute. The new e-card offers streamlined access.
Uptake of the new system has been very good since a soft launch started late last year, with clients expressing universal enthusiasm.
Congratulations to all involved in this significant upgrade to service delivery. It is proving to be a genuine boon for our SATSS clients as well as making administration of the scheme simpler for the department and the taxi industry.
Easy email security
Our Risk and Assurance team has been working hard behind the scenes to deliver an important new phase in protecting our email security.
The change involves the simple process of classifying each email we send, as mandated by the Department of Premier and Cabinet. While there is an extra step before hitting ‘Send’ this process should soon become second nature.
An on-line training course will be available from mid-April, and step by step instructions will be available on a new intranet page for easy reference in the early days of implementation, scheduled to commence mid-May.
Look after each other
Mental health continues to be a focus across Government and I am pleased by the way progress is being made to address Mental Health issues, especially with the emphasis on encouraging people to put their hand up when needing help, but even more so by the increased awareness of the need to look after each other.
An opportunity for you to contribute to improving the wellbeing of friends and colleagues is to engage with the people working on South Australia’s new Suicide Prevention Plan. There are several ways to get involved and have a say:
- filling out the online survey
- hosting a conversation with your friends or community and returning your findings to firstname.lastname@example.org (to help with planning a conversation please see the Conversations Matter resources)
- calling 1800 955 709 during the ‘Phone In’ from 6 to 13 April 2021
If you would like further information, visit the Suicide Prevention Plan website.
South Australians are likely to give our jetties a good going over during the Easter weekend, honouring a long-held South Australian tradition. Here we see a huge crowd on Glenelg jetty, in 1938, with the Pier Hotel and Glenelg Town Hall in the background.
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