Compliments and Complaints
Community Connect Transport respects all the rights of all individuals to provide compliments, complaints and feedback, and actively encourages feedback, even in the form of a complaint, in order to identify and resolve issues and facilitate opportunities for service improvement.
As such we encourage feedback regarding our services, staff, vehicles, webpage, documentation and any other issue related to our work. We see feedback as a tool for process improvement, and foster a “no blame” culture.
All complaints are managed confidentially, fairly, promptly and without discrimination.
We recognise and promote the right of all clients and their advocates to complain without fear of retribution or compromising the quality of the service they receive. Employees and volunteers are also encouraged to identify problems and make complaints of appropriate nature. They also do so without fear of repercussions.
In the first instance the person is encouraged to raise their compliment or complaint either by filling in the appropriate form (Compliments Form QSE 220.127.116.11 or Complaints Form QSE 18.104.22.168) or speak with the team member concerned if they feel comfortable about doing this.
The Compliment or Complaint can be made:
- verbally to a Community Connect Transport staff member
- by downloading and completing the applicable Form please click here
- Online Form please click here
- to our General Manager;
By Mail: Community Connect Transport, PO Box 846 Crows Nest NSW 1585
By Phone: 02 9490 9500
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you may contact one of the following external agencies for further assistance;
Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission
Any person, including consumers or their family members, friends, or aged care staff, can make a complaint about an Australian Government funded aged care provider to the Commission.
Complaints may relate to any aspect of service including care, choice of activities, discrimination, catering, communication or the physical environment.
Complaints about the aged care service can be made by:
- Calling 1800 951 822 (free call from landlines)
‐ Use TTY on 133 677
‐ Use National Relay Service (opens a new window) and ask for 1800 035 544
‐ Use an interpreter (this can be arranged for you)
- Submitting an Online Complaints Form
- Letter to: Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission, GPO Box 9819, in your Capital city
If you have a concern about your current NDIS supports or services, it’s important to talk about it.
Anyone receiving NDIS supports or services can make a complaint about an NDIS Provider.
Your family or friends can talk to the NDIS Commission on your behalf and the service is completely free and independent.
There are many ways to make a complaint to the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission:
- Call us on 1800 035 544 (free call from landlines)
- Submitting an Online Complaints Form
- TeleTYpe (TTY) on 133 677
- National Relay Service (opens a new window) and ask for 1800 035 544
- Or an Interpreter can be arranged for you
The NSW Ombudsman Office encourage you to talk to Community Connect Transport first and try to resolve the complaint by allowing them reasonable time to address your complaint.
If you remain dissatisfied by the management of the complaint, you can;
- Call us on 02 9286 1000 or 1800 451 524 to discuss your complaint, or
– Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS) 131 450
– If you are deaf, have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service:
* Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 02 9286 1000.
* NRS Internet relay users connect then ask for 02 9286 1000.
- Or, go to their Online Complaints Form to submit a complaint for assessment www.ombo.nsw.gov.au/complaints/complaint-form
Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN)
My Aged Care clients can also contact the Older Persons Advocacy Network (OPAN) if they would like assistance in directly engaging with Commonwealth-funded aged care services.
OPAN supports consumers to access and interact with Commonwealth funded aged care services and can be contacted on (free call) 1800 700 600 from 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
They offer a free confidential advocacy and complaints resolution service. An advocate will always seek your permission before taking action.
Phone: 1800 700 600
Transport for NSW
Transport for NSW are committed to responding appropriately to customer complaints and feedback which will be handled equitably, objectively and in an unbiased manner:
Phone: 02 8265 6962
Online Feedback Form: www.transportnsw.info/contact-us/feedback/general-feedback
We are here to help you with your transport needs.
To discuss your specific requirements or if you have any questions please contact us.
A member of our Community Connect Team looks forward to assisting you.
By providing professional, safe, reliable, and courteous transport services, Community Connect enables people living in their own homes to access services and community facilities, so that they can maintain their health, wellbeing and independence.
For all enquiries please contact us:
Phone: 9490 9500
Email: click here
Or go to our Contact Page