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Acquired Brain Injury, Alcohol and Other Drugs

Legal and financial issues for older women considering 'Granny Flats'

Carers are people who provide ongoing, unpaid support to relatives or friends who need help with everyday aspects of life because of their disability, chronic illness, mental illness, dementia or ageing.

This article outlines the accessible accommodation search filters available on Airbnb.

This information sheet is for people under the age of 65 who are currently in residential care who may be eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Overview of meal provision as a component of care and support or home care services you might consider as an older Australian or person with a disability.

These guidelines are for local emergency managers and disability support providers to understand Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DIDRR) principles and suggest practical activities to engage the community in building resilience.

It provides an overview of this age group and their growth and diversity, and outlines older people's demographic characteristics, health status and service use.

Raizer is a battery-operated chair that can help to move a person from floor level to a seated position within 30 seconds.

Life After Work (LAW) is an initiative of the Windgap Foundation which provides socialisation and activities for retirees who have or who are retiring from Supported Employment.