This story is about a mother and her son. The mother had recently and unexpectedly become the carer of her adult child. Her son lost his sight in an accident and now has a permanent and non-correctable disability.  

This is a creative nonfictional account of just one of the thousands of calls that pass through the IDEAS Information Service each year.

Dementia patients could soon have their memory restored and symptoms of the disease reversed thanks to a landmark study in Queensland.

A documentary following the often unheard stories of fathers with children on the spectrum, DAD shares the experiences of twelve Aussie dads as they navigate the world of parenting and autism.

IDEAS was contacted by a customer seeking a daily social welfare check. IDEAS investigated and found a solution for the customer. Read how here:

If you are a carer for a person with disability, what do you do in case of an emergency? This article gives information on creating an emergency care plan.

It is the right of all Australians to have the opportunity to become involved in swimming. Unfortunately for many, there are barriers which stop this from happening. This article provides 7 pillars for inclusion.

Starting school can be an exciting, yet daunting time. How does this vary if your child has a disability? Find out some planning tips in this article.

It is important to be prepared and have a plan in case of an emergency. These four simple steps will help you to make an emergency plan.

At 2½ years old, Sam is behaving in ways that worry his parents. Read how Sam and his family get quick NDIS support and access to early intervention.