Building lit up with art

Created as part of the Dangerous Deeds project (2015), this video shows Brain Injury Matters (BIM) creating art which is then projected onto a city building.

Lady in a wheelchair and a friend walking by her side on the footpath

Active Support is a way for people with disability to engage in meaningful everyday activities of their choice, with the amount of support they need.

People with disability need to be included and more involved, so they feel valued and understood.

This short film promotes the inclusion of people with disability within the community, to be accepted and included just like everyone else.

Lady talking on a mobile phone

Ability Links NSW supports people with disability, their families and carers to help them plan for their future, build on their strengths and skills, and develop networks in their own communities.

Person doing up a child's helmet

Ability Links NSW supports people with disability, their families and carers to help them plan for their future, build on their strengths and skills, and develop networks in their own communities.

Young boy with a football helmet on

Ability Links NSW supports people with disability, their families and carers to help them plan for their future, build on their strengths and skills, and develop networks in their own communities.

Lady speaking on a mobile phone

Ability Links NSW supports people with disability, their families and carers to help them plan for their future, build on their strengths and skills, and develop networks in their own communities.

Person doing up a child's helmet

Ability Links NSW supports people with disability, their families and carers to help them plan for their future, build on their strengths and skills, and develop networks in their own communities.

Man sitting talking

The first Braille Smartwatch. It brings new possibilities and benefits of the networked digital age to the wrists of millions of Blind & Visually