Woman sit on a park bench and looks away from the camera

We want to share some of the ways our PossABLE Advocates have supported, changed lives and advocated for people with disability. This is *Jo's story.

Woman in Niqab

We want to share some of the ways our PossABLE Advocates have supported, changed lives and advocated for people with disability. This is *Nadia's story.

The back of a man's head. He wears glasses, has white hair, and is wearing a white hat,

We want to share some of the ways our PossABLE Advocates have supported, changed lives and advocated for people with disability. This is *Clyde's story.

*Clyde is in his late 50's. He has a vision impairment and lower back condition affecting his mobility.

View from behind. A mother holds her sons hand as they walk to school.
 
We want to share some of the ways our PossABLE Advocates have supported, changed lives and advocated for people with disability. This is *Charlie and *Sophie's story. 
 

Last week, the state and territory disability ministers met with Federal Minister for the NDIS, Linda Reynolds, to debate the introduction of Independent Assessments into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). 

An image of the back of a woman's head, with cropped hair, glasses and hooped earrings. She faces away from the camera and is wearing a grey knit jumper.

We want to share some of the ways our PossABLE Advocates have supported, changed lives and advocated for people with disability. This is *Emily's story.

A pancake stack on a plate with apricot jam drizzled and peaches.

Move over maple syrup, we have enticing pancake toppings for you to try along with a simple recipe for pancakes.

There are so many services funded under the National Disability Insurance Scheme that it can be hard to keep track. One important, and unique support comes under the title: Recovery Coaching. 

Indigenous dot painting depicting land, water and communities

This week is NAIDOC week. NAIDOC Week celebrations are from 4-11 July 2021. It celebrates the First Nations peoples of Australia and their connection to culture and country.

A woman in a wheelchair works from home. She wears headphones and has a laptop and computer in front of her.

We can all benefit from a few kind reminders about the balance of working from home during times of uncertainty. A balanced diet, regular exercise and sleeping well are essential for a good equilibrium for your head, heart, and body. It can be easy to fall into not-so-good routines and sometimes forget to find joy in little moments. We write about practices that are good and wholesome for quality of life when you work from home.