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Mr. Brendan O'Reilly

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...and thanks Brendan O'Reilly, ...
www.mdaa.org.au, 1 May 2009 [cached]
...and thanks Brendan O'Reilly, the recently retired DADHC Director General
We also thank Brendan O'Reilly for his hard work in persuading the Government to put a lot more money and resources into services and programs for people with disability. We wish him well in his retirement from the NSW public service.
PWD E-Bulletin
www.pwd.org.au, 1 Mar 2004 [cached]
Mr Brendan O'Reilly will take up the position on 13 April, 2004. Mr O'Reilly is currently Deputy Director General of the Premier's Department and was previously Deputy Director General of the Department of Community Services; and Director General of the Department of Sport and Recreation. PWD welcomes Mr O'Reilly to the position.
PWD E-Bulletin
www.pwd.org.au, 1 Nov 2004 [cached]
The following position was agreed and has been conveyed both to the Minister and to DADHC's Director General, Brendan O'Reilly:
EnableNet - enablenet.news.full
www.enable.net.au, 13 Oct 2004 [cached]
DADHC director general Brendan O'Reilly said he would look to address the issues raised in the audit, including the development of a fees policy.
Mr O'Reilly also would investigate setting up a referral and assessment centre to help better manage intake.
At least half the people requiring home care in NSW were missing out on much needed services because of less-than-adequate service management, the auditor found.
"Its level of funding means that currently at least 50 per cent of those who are eligible miss out," he said.Clients remained with HCS until they chose to leave, moved into residential care or died, he said.
DADHC director general Brendan ...
pdcnsw.org.au, 13 Oct 2004 [cached]
DADHC director general Brendan O'Reilly said he would look to address the issues raised in the audit, including the development of a fees policy.
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