The National Broadband Network (NBN) is changing the way you access your internet and fixed telephone services and is being rolled out across Australia.

Seeing AI is a free app from Microsoft that narrates the world around you. It enables people who are blind or have low vision to get out and about and opens up their visual world.

Being able to access toileting facilities can greatly impact your independence and the quality of your outing, including the amount of time that you are able to stay out for and the kinds of things you are able to participate in.

If you love travelling, follow our tips on planning an accessible holiday. Create great memories by experiencing a trip, whether you are travelling overseas or domestically.

Accessing public transport with a vision impairment can be difficult. Here are some strategies to help you travel safely and confidently by bus, train, ferry, tram and other modes of transport.

All Australians, including the 4 million people with a disability, deserve to be able to access the beach. Check out these accessible beach options across Australia.

It’s not uncommon for us to overspend at Christmas time. But with a good plan and budget prepared, you can avoid the spending too much money following these easy tips.

Food safety is vitally important to maintaining good health. Keeping food safe can be quick and easy and doesn’t have to be expensive. Follow these steps to keep your food safe.

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.