Accessibility Tools


Image of the Book Cover for Brandon Dreams Big. & Steps to get where you want. By Matt Levy with Caricature of Brandon and checklist of 7 items.

Hundreds of thousands of babies are born each day around the world, all of them unique and special to the families who love them. Some babies are born with challenges that make them special in their own way. Brandon's story started just like this!

A purple orchid on a white blackground.

The Australian Human Rights Commission have released a new Summary Report. The new report is on "Ensuring health and bodily integrity: towards a human rights approach for people born with variations in sex characteristics".

A blue back bacground with an image of a book cover. Am man silhouetted against water and sky. With the words "Book Review: Living well with Chronic Pain A 5 step plan"
Living Well with Chronic Pain is written by Christopher J Fallon, and he shares the steps to help you live with chronic pain.

The easy read guide to the United Nations agreement on the rights of disabled people.

White text reads "Growing Up Disabled in Australia" over a thick repetitious brush strokes and paint spatters in pinks, greens and and yellows. Yellow text at bottom reads "Edited by Carly Findlay".

One in five Australians has a disability. And disability presents itself in many ways. Yet disabled people are still underrepresented in the media and in literature. In Growing Up Disabled in Australia – compiled by writer and appearance activist Carly Findlay OAM – more than forty writers with a disability or chronic illness share their stories, in their own words. 

A image of the Book Penguin Bloom. The cover is in black and white. A young boy layin gon his back ina furry suit. HE hold on his chest a magpie who is grasping his hands with her claws.

This story is a photographic journey, coupled with an authentic narrative. In the beginning, the Bloom family believed they were rescuing an abandoned magpie chick. Along the way, they realised that "Penguin" was helping save them.

A view of the book cover and Spine for "The Self Care Revolution" by Suzy Reading

The self-care revolution is designed to help and restore your day to day energy reserves. So that rather than running on empty, you will have the strength and spirit to excel with whatever life brings.

Book cover, includes title of the book Everything I've Never Said showing a girl's face floating in water

A novel looking at the challenges a family faces when there is a disability. Diagnosed with Rett Syndrome, Ava is unable to talk, nod her head or point, and what she would dearly like to do is tell her family she loves them. Especially her big sister Nic. 

Image of children's illustrated book cover featuring a child writing at a desk and looking closely at their work.

This book will help children to understand what autism is and the way it affects someone who has it, whether that is a class member or a sibling. 

Image of Aboriginal Aged Care Directory Riverina Murray . Produced by IDEAS

A comprehensive directory of services and supports for Aboriginal Aged Care in the Riverina Murray region including Wagga Wagga, Griffith, Albury, Leeton, Tumut and Deniliquin and nearby regional and rural areas. 

IDEAS acknowledges the Wiradjuri people as the traditional custodians of the land within the Riverina Murray Region. 

IDEAS also acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to elders both past, present and emerging.