Cheif Executive Claire Robbs
Welcome from Chief Executive, Claire Robbs

On behalf of Life Without Barriers, I extend our appreciation for the trust placed in us by the people, communities and supporters we have partnered with over the year. I am pleased to share the 2021-22 Annual Report which highlights some of the wonderful stories we have been fortunate to witness and be a part of. Our work is only possible because of collaboration from partners including carers, families, people we support, and non-government and government agencies. We offer this report as a celebration of our collective commitment to changing lives for the better.

Five band members of Sound Barriers, four men and one woman, standing together with their instruments.
Sound Barriers, a Hobart-based rock band, formed in 2015 at a Life Without Barriers Community Program in Hobart for people with disabilities.

Our partnerships this year

On behalf of the Board and Executive Team at Life Without Barriers, we extend our sincere thanks for the opportunity to be a part of the journey of tens of thousands of people. We thank our staff and carers for their commitment through what has been an extraordinary year.

Aboriginal art wall at NAIDOC Week 22 celebrations at Rundle Mall, Adelaide.

Partnering with people to change lives

The essence of Life Without Barriers has always been the importance we place on our values and relationships. As we embarked on the first year of our Strategy 2025, it is the people that we partner with that have enabled us to extend the impact we are having across Australia.

Delivering great services

Influencing Systemic Barriers

Impact for Future Generations

Life Without Barriers Living arts van.