Anniversary of the National Apology – the impact to generations now
Have we come far enough since the nation stopped to recognise a formal apology to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples?
'Collaborating for Impact' Life Without Barriers 2022–23 Annual Report
We supported 23,740 people across Australia with a community of over 13,119 staff and foster and kinship carers!
Did you know these famous Aussies are neurodivergent?
It’s time to shake off stereotypes and reject harmful representations of neurodivergent people.
How to deliver an Acknowledgement of Country
Learn how you can acknowledge and pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and ...
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Stepping into employment with Life Without Barriers
Life Without Barriers is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible workplace where employees with disa...
Ziggi’s internship brings valuable hands-on experience
Ziggi’s commitment to social justice leads to an internship with Life Without Barriers CYF team.
Life Without Barriers calls for employment of more people with di...
Australian workforces should reflect the composition of the Australian community and that means the inclusion ...
Employing people with disability: it's no joke
Emma Bennison, Manager of Strategic Engagement Disability Employment, at Life Without Barriers.
Support to access the community through mentoring
Freddy was a Life Without Barriers Hub services participant, now he uses his lived experience to help others.
Life Without Barriers' bold plan to employ more people with disab...
We champion diversity, inclusivity and equality in all we do.
Meet Ashleigh, Diversity and Inclusion Lead
Ashleigh is proud and open about her disability at work.
Meet Ceara, Practice Assurance Advisor
Ceara uses her story to educate and advocate for people with disability.
Meet Paul, Financial Accountant
“With Life Without Barriers, the difference is that I don’t have to ask. People come up to me and say, ‘Is tha...
Meet Corrina, NDIS Client Engagement and Planning Officer
Not all disabilities are visible.
Meet Paul, Community Rehabilitation Support Worker
Paul’s experience of being a person with disability in the workforce hasn’t always been positive.