Live in ACT since January, Clickability has hit the ground rolling (so to speak), but not so quickly that we haven’t learnt about Canberra’s accessible must-sees. In the first of a three-part series, writer Megan Kelly takes a look at Canberra’s Tourist Loop – and what you should consider.

We all love to travel! It’s a given, right? But it can sometimes be a tricky exercise to travel with a disability. Thankfully, the NDIS is making that much, much easier. In today’s blog, Stacey shares her travel successes and how the NDIS has helped.

Tristram Peters is a writer, editor, and disability advocate with a keen passion for sport. He recently represented Australia at the powerchair football world cup and sits on the sport’s executive board for the Asia Pacific Oceania zone. He also lives for music, because one interest isn’t enough.

The NDIA has partnered with a number of different organisations across Australia to deliver the NDIS. These partners are known as Local Area Coordinators (LAC). Feros Care is a LAC, working in Townsville, Mackay, the Barossa, Northern Adelaide and the ACT. The Feros Care LAC team have been in the ACT for almost 12 months…

Lisa Osborne has worked in the field of intellectual and developmental disability for over twenty years and is a registered supervisor of Provisional Psychologists with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Lisa holds full membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and is a committee member of the group ‘Psychologists in Developmental Disability’ (PsychDD). She’s part of…

Tristram Peters is a writer, editor, and disability advocate with a keen passion for sport. He recently represented Australia at the powerchair football world cup and sits on the sport’s executive board for the Asia Pacific Oceania zone. You can see Tristram’s first Clickablog article, On Disability and Sport, by clicking here.

Neil is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Newcastle whose wife, Sue, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1997. After Neil’s retirement they both became active in Parkinson’s Queensland Inc. (PQI), a charity dedicated to improving the lives of those living with Parkinson’s disease. He is now an Ambassador for PQI and with Sue leads…

This is a sponsored blog post by ATSA Independent Living Expo. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is growing and changing the assistive technology (AT) market in Australia. NDIS participants now have greater choice and control over their AT purchases and can buy a wide range of AT products and services with their NDIS budget.…

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