Able Australia is a leading not-for-profit organisation, supporting people living with multiple disabilities, including deafblindness and those in need of community support. From its humble beginnings in 1967, Able Australia has grown into a diverse and dynamic organisation and today supports more than 4000 people around the country.
Centre for Disability Studies
The Centre for Disability Studies (CDS) is a non-profit organisation, affiliated with the University of Sydney and has been in operation since 1997. Our vision is Building Capacity for Change.
The Centre for Disability Studies offers
- Research, evaluation and consultancy
- A range of inclusive projects
- Professional development and training
- Clinical services
Our work is guided by the lived experience of people with disability, and we strive to meaningfully engage people with disability in the creation, development and execution of all our programs.
ClubMates Travel are the Global leaders in Fully supported holidays and vacations for people with a disability. National or international, individual or group travel the experienced and knowledgeable people at ClubMates realise the importance of good quality care and support to allow our members a holiday of their dreams.
ClubMates Travel are the Global leaders in Fully supported holidays and vacations for people with a disabilities allowing our members a holiday of their dreams.
National Disability Services
The Centre for Applied Disability Research is an initiative of National Disability Services, the peak body for disability service providers in Australia. CADR seeks to improve the wellbeing of Australians with disability by gathering insights, building understanding and sharing knowledge. Our applied research agenda is helping to build the evidence base and support stakeholders to better understand what works, for whom, under what circumstances and at what cost.
Special Olympics Australia
Special Olympics Australia provides weekly grassroots sporting, recreational, social and health activities for people with an intellectual disability in local communities throughout Australia. With the support of volunteers, we provide an environment which focuses on what people with an intellectual disability can do rather than what they can’t, allowing them to develop physical fitness, build self-esteem, demonstrate courage and make friends. We also provide pathways for competition ranging from state to national and international competition.
The Information Access Group
We make documents easy to read and websites easy to use. We work with government, community and disability organisations to help them communicate more effectively. One of our specialities is Easy Read – a great tool for communicating with people with intellectual disability. When you use pictures to explain key concepts, the text is easier for people to understand. Come and find out about the work that we do and how your organisation can benefit.