Australian Human Rights Commission
AUSLAN Finger Spelling Alphabet
Driving Development Through Disability
E-Parent Special Needs Resource
The World Needs All Kinds Of Minds
The Forgotten History Of Autism
Google Gets Serious About Mapping Wheelchair Accessibility
Charity Group Unveils Glorious Ad Highlighting The Daily Challenges For The Disabled
Inclusive Inventions Saving Lives
Five Of The Best Disability Activists
Cycling accesss America with our Autistic son was the best thing we ever did
The collective site for social and health payment services including Centrelink, Medicare, Child support and other services.
The official site of the NDIA, access your plan, providers, news, updates and more.
National Disability Services (NDS) is Australia’s peak body for non-government disability service organisations, representing more than 1100 non-government service providers.
People with Disability Australia Incorporated (PWDA) is a national disability rights and advocacy organisation. A cross-disability focus representing the interests of people with all kinds of disability.
- The Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) provides access to phone and on-site interpreting services in over 150 languages. Australian Human Rights Commission
The Australian Human Rights Commission is Australia’s national human rights institution. The Australian Human Rights Commission is an independent statutory authority which is responsible for investigating alleged infringements of Australia’s anti-discrimination legislation.
DARU is unique in Australia as a dedicated resource unit funded to work with disability advocacy organisations to promote and protect the rights of people.
Disability Support Guide
Support for people living with disability in Australia