Accessibility Tools

Travellers within New South Wales are lucky to have access to some beautiful national parks that can be visited by everyone, including people with disability. Try these three popular wheelchair accessible walks in NSW National Parks.

It is now possible for children and adults with cerebral palsy now have the support of eye-gaze technology to support their communication requirements.

Here's some tips if you are an organisation looking to include volunteers.

Whether you live close to Sydney or not, you may be unaware of all the accessible areas that you can visit within the city centre. There are plenty of accessible places to visit. Here’s some picks.

Assuming that your customers have made it through the door, we’ve got 12 tips on how to make your venue space more accessible for people with disability. Read them here.

When you are suddenly thrown into being the primary carer for somebody that you love when that person becomes ill, it can be difficult to see how you will even get through the day. Here's 10 tips to help you.

Most school leavers with disability will go directly to employment, vocational education and training, or higher education. The various options can be confusing. IDEAS has pulled a range of options. Read them here.

Extreme sports should be for everyone, disability or not, if they are game to try them. IDEAS has pulled together four extreme sports to give a try. Read about them here.

Is it possible for home modifications to be practical and to look good too? This interview with Aaron Stowe, Senior Project Manager at Architecture and Access, discusses how people can ensure they will be happy with the results of their home modification.

Driving is a symbol of independence, personal identity and allows increased mobility options for work and social activities. You can now get behind the wheel and achieve your driving goals.