Working with parents who have an intellectual disability

Each year, Sydney New Year's Eve is viewed by more than 1 million people around Sydney Harbour and more than 1 billion people worldwide.

Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and other Allied Health

 practitioners work together with their expertise and knowledge of the equipment

 to provide the most suitable items for a person’s requirements.

Stand By Me is a campaign run by the NSW Disability Advocacy Alliance.

Fighting Chance is committed to creating a new future for disability by building
sustainable social businesses to give people with a disability every opportunity to
meet their potential. Fighting Chance does this within their two social enterprises,
Avenue and Jigsaw.

Formed in 1986, Brain Injury Australia is the nation’s peak advocacy body representing the over 700,000 Australians with a brain injury, their families and carers. Alongside providing policy advice to Commonwealth and State/ Territory governments, Brain Injury Australia is the central clearinghouse of information about brain injury and the gateway for a referral to services and supports nationwide.

In Australia, inclusive tourism is a billion-dollar market. This year (2018) the estimated value of the overnight inclusive tourism market is a staggering $8 billion. People with a disability travel at the same rate as everyone else, and yet the options available to them are still limited.

Events such as conferences, festivals, award ceremonies and seminars

are a big part of doing business today. As an organiser of these events,

no matter how big or small, provision needs to be made to ensure

accessibility and inclusion for all.

Person sitting with back against wall with a black blanket over head

People with severe and persistent mental health issues will have improved access and support in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), the Morrison Government announced last month.

In Australia, inclusive tourism is a billion-dollar market. This year (2018) the estimated value of the overnight inclusive tourism market is a staggering $8 billion. People with a disability travel at the same rate as everyone else, and yet the options available to them are still limited.