The development, co-ordination and administration of the services and facilities of GA, and carrying out (under delegation) the Board's functions in relation to GA, in an effective, efficient and accountable manner.
The provision of a consistently high standard of service and support groups responsive to the identified needs of all clients
Equitable access to GA and its services has been provided for all clients and their supports within the priority of access guidelines laid down by the GA funding bodies.
This will be achieved by:
Assisting families affected by a rare genetic condition/diseases to connect with other families
Growing our database of over 1300 predominantly rare genetic conditions/diseases
Providing assistance to families and clients who are affected by a rare genetic condition/diseases
Providing information for supports local to the clients, genetics education, condition-specific seminars and peer support seminars for families and clients