An exhibition showing a collection of artworks that explores the intricacies of mental health, social pressures and self-image.
eople with Disability Australia is inviting expressions of interest to march in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade on March 2. PWDA is a community partner for the parade.
Sydney-based neurodivergent artist is collaborating with people with disabilities, to encourage them to participate in conversations about climate change.
Brisbane not-for-profit Carinity has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting people in the Somerset Region who live with disability.
The Federal Government is funding a strategy to introduce Foundational Supports as part of a new approach that will affect NDIS participants and non-participants.
Video gamers could be at risk of irreversible hearing loss and/or tinnitus, as sound levels often exceed permissible safe limits.
Findings from a project that studied the effects of a LEGO Robotics therapy program on high-school autistic students will be discussed at Adelaide University.
ATSA Independent Living Expo will be in Adelaide for the first time from March 6-7. Discover a showcase of assistive technology, new products and more.
Physical Disability Awareness Day on February 4 will feature virtual and personal catchups across Australia including the online DisabiliTEA.
The 31st Mardi Gras Film Festival hits Sydney cinemas from February 15-29 with 160 films across 77 programs.
CES is the biggest electronics show in the world where products for the accessibility sector are become increasingly prominent.
It’s an important start to the year with the return to the classroom, and for children with disability it requires planning.