Aims & Mission

The name of the incorporated association is AUS DOCC Incorporated, also known as AusDoCC and Australian Disorders of the Corpus Callosum.

Incorporations registration number: A0057821R

ABN 54 754 767 674

Vision

Supporting individuals, families and care givers affected by a disorder of the corpus callosum (DCC)

Mission

Advocating: Developing effective partnerships with key service providers.

Uniting: Connecting people affected by a Disorder of the Corpus Callosum.

Supporting: Raising awareness through education, information, research and resources.

 

The purpose of the association is to operate AUS DOCC INC as a charitable institution founded to provide support for individuals, families and caregivers affected by a disorder of the corpus callosum (DCC).

 

  • Support is offered through provision of relief to individuals, families and caregivers of the general public who are affected by a disorder of the corpus callosum.
  • Relief is offered through advocating (raising community awareness, promoting inclusion), educating (broad based information), informing (resources including financial, emotional, therapeutic and social support networks) and connecting those affected by a diagnosis (reducing the impact of isolation experienced with a rare condition).
  • The provision of broad based education to service providers including health care workers and other organisations will enable them to appropriately support individuals, families and caregivers affected by a DCC.
  • Partnerships will be formed with key research organisations, who are completing ethically approved research focusing on DCC and through the completion of smaller scale data collection and a database of research volunteers.
  • Raising community awareness of DCC will be a focal point.
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