NDIS video and FAQ out now
Check out the fully captioned video of last month’s Every Australian Counts Kick Off event in NSW, which was live-streamed across Australia.
At home with Michael, Josh and Fraser
In Newcastle three families have pooled their resources and set up a house for their adult sons, which is supported by workers paid for by the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Improvements for Jace thanks to NDIS early intervention
In July three-year old Jace Kirby and his family became the first South Australians to use a new early intervention service for children with autism funded under the NDIS. The results have been significant.
Ticket to work a ticket to life
An employment initiative for teenagers with disability is training a whole generation of baristas, chefs, gardeners, photographers, and designers… to name a few!
Countdown’s begun to the 2015 National Disability Awards
Know someone who’s making an amazing difference in the disability sector? Now’s your chance to show how much you appreciate them.
8 brilliant new accessibility inventions
Every wondered what smart glasses could look like or how you could make your computer entirely hands free?
NDIS focus for major desert festival
Held from 31 July – 5 August 2015 in Tennant Creek, the Annual Desert Harmony Festival is an action packed celebration of community, music, food and art, which this year celebrates disability and the NDIS.
Every Australian has a right to work
Access to jobs is one of the most important human rights issues people with disability face according to a national survey by the Australian Human Rights Commission.
#goaussies: Australian Special Olympians head to LA
Good luck to Australia’s Special Olympics team heading off to Los Angeles this week for the World Summer Games.
Exciting times ahead: lessons from the NDIS trial sites
It’s two years since the National Disability Scheme (NDIS) trial site started in the Hunter and a year after it kicked off in the ACT, so we spoke to one of the large disability providers in both trial sites to find out how they think it’s going and what they’ve learned so far.