My Care Space is a free online directory. It connects people with disabilities, carers and families to over 5000 local services, NDIS providers and activities.
Ability Links NSW is a way of connecting people with disability, their families and carers in the community. There are a range of providers around the state and you can use this website to help you find a provider in your area.
Media Access Australia is dedicated to increasing web and digital access to media for people with a disability. Access to media, enabled through technology, empowers people to be more independent, to gain knowledge, make their own informed choices, and be active members of our society.
Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH Australia Inc.) is a voluntary, non-profit educational organisation, dedicated to helping Australians with a hearing loss whose primary method of communication is through speech.
Lonely Planet has put together a collection of online resources to help people with varying disabilities to plan travel all over the world. The resource is free to download and is updated biannually.
Based in Victoria, Spinal Hub offers information and support to people with spinal cord injury. The information is detailed and practical and users are encouraged to join in discussion forums and share experiences.
Don't DIS my ABILITY celebrates the diversity and ability of people with disability. Through its many ambassadors and engaging multimedia presentations, Don't DIS my ABILITY promotes awareness and understanding in the wider community.
"Stella Young is a comedian and journalist who happens to go about her day in a wheelchair — a fact that doesn’t, she’d like to make clear, automatically turn her into a noble inspiration to all humanity. In this very funny talk, Young breaks down society's habit of turning disabled people into inspiration porn.”
Independence Australia is a social enterprise that provides choices for people living with a disability or other personal need, supporting them to regain and retain their independence. Services include in home care, respite care, case management and support groups.
Vision Australia offers group programs to families and carers of people who are blind or have low vision. These programs are free and only require access to a landline telephone.