In 2003 the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) estimated that 3,958,300 people or 20% of the Australian population had a disability. The ABS defined more..
The first Disability Expo was held at the Port Adelaide Football Club in 2004. It was staged to assist parents from the western suburbs to find out what more..
Cara has been serving the South Australian community for over 55 years, formerly as part of the Spastics Centre of South Australia Network and now as an more..
The Office for Disability and Client Services leads strategic planning, policy development and resource allocation across the disability sector and provides more..
Dignity for the Disabled has become in the last four years South Australia’s highest profile disability advocacy group. Run only by volunteers and with more..
Leveda is a not for profit non-government community support service for individuals with a disability and complex support needs. We have two very distinct more..
A vibrant community, Minda empowers people with intellectual disability to exercise their rights and reach their aspirations whilst maximising independence, more..
I was inspired by what I saw when I joined Bedford in 2001 - and I continue to be inspired today, six years later. I see daily examples of personal more..