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 ongoing custodians of the land.
Life Without Barriers reaffirms commitment to Reconciliation
Life Without Barriers' Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan - a game changer for Closing the Gap targets and the future of Firs...
Did you know these famous Aussies are neurodivergent?
It’s time to shake off stereotypes and reject harmful representations of neurodivergent people.
Learning Without Barriers launches Education Strategy 2023-2025
This strategy seeks to address the challenges and opportunities faced by children and young people in out-of-home care.
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Campfire tales: An unforgettable adventure at Dean's Green Paddoc...
Swags, stars, and campfire tales create unforgettable moments for five friends.
Launceston para athlete George van Dijk achieves frame running dr...
George is kicking goals with the support of Life Without Barriers support coordinator Nicole Gillie.
Empowering inclusivity: the latest in accessibility tech features...
A round-up, if you have missed them!
Support for the Voice, an open letter from the disability communi...
A letter to people across Australia.
Emily rewrites the book on independence
Meet Em, a social woman with a contagious laugh and a great sense of humour.
Community support improving health outcomes for Canberrans
The ACT Government is improving how Canberrans access care with Community Assistance Temporary Supports.
Disability community events in support for a Voice to Parliament
We are committed to ensuring all voting Australians have the information they need to make an informed choice.
So our words won’t be wasted, by Emma Bennison
A reflection on what this enormous year means for people with disability.
How the Voice to Parliament could benefit Australians with disabi...
“The Voice represents a new way of working together so we can all benefit from the wisdom and experience of Ab...
The disability community affirms support for a Voice to Parliamen...
Statement from the disability community in support of a First Nations Voice to Parliament.
Disability Sector National Day of Solidarity for the Voice
September 13, Disability Community for the Voice to Parliament actions.
Have Your Say Naarm (Melbourne) - 11 September, 2023
This event is about providing a space for the disability community to share, learn and stay informed about the...
Georgia is working on her success formula
Georgia’s employment journey leads to the creation of a sensory-friendly bath bomb line.
The Black Fireflies can’t stop the beat!
The Black Fireflies, supported by Life Without Barriers, find connection with the community through music.
Five tips to help you prepare for your NDIS plan reassessment
For the first edition of our NDIS news series, we share our top tips for preparing for an upcoming plan reasse...
Life Without Barriers responds to DES Quality Framework
We welcome the Federal Government’s release of the Disability Employment Services (DES) Quality Framework.
Five podcasts from Australians with disability to listen and lear...
Wrap your ears or eyes around these podcasts by Australians with disability and listen up as they share their ...
Life Without Barriers supports the six areas of systemic reform t...
Life Without Barriers welcomes the six key areas of systemic reform to the NDIS announced by The Hon. Bill Sho...
Tara’s art adds a bit of magic to a Darwin playground
Tara uses her creative talents to beautify Darwin, receiving public recognition for her contribution.
Inspired by her mum, Angelique’s art reaches high places
Creating art holds special meaning for Angelique, a Darwin-based resident.
Responding to Jenny’s changing needs
Life Without Barriers Support Coordination helps Jenny retain her independence with the right supports.
Winning more than medals at the Special Olympics
Darren, Damien and Craig team up to represent Victoria at the Special Olympics!
Bowling for fun, for good times, and for Victoria
How playing a game for fun led to more opportunities for Damian, Craig and Darren in their community.