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Life Without Barriers Launches Strategy 2025
Strategy 2025 charts the five-year vision for Life Without Barriers from 2020 to 2025.
The best of both worlds for Nate
When reunification equals twice the family.
Keeping children water-safe this Summer
Swimming lessons are great, but they are no substitute for active supervision and a pool fence in good working order.
Positive mental health is key to children’s wellbeing
Good mental health is the key to positive development of the overall wellbeing of a child.
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Life Without Barriers joins the campaign for Building Better Home...
Right now, nearly three quarters of Australians with mobility impairment live in housing which does not meet t...
Our COVID-19 response
We are actively responding to the coronavirus (COVID‑19) pandemic and have taken steps to keep staff, carers, ...
How we're supporting people in our Disability Services during COV...
This page provides information for people in our disability services, their families and support networks abou...
Matthew finds his voice in Supported Independent Living
From needing his mum for everything to thriving in Supported Accommodation.
Life Without Barriers awarded Disability Confident Recruiter stat...
Every member of our team is committed to employing more people living with disability and we are thrilled to a...
Project XOX – the spirit of giving this December
At Life Without Barriers, we know that the festive season can be particularly difficult for people who may be ...
Junior joins the workforce with our Employment Mentor Program
From seeking asylum in Australia as a teenager, to launching a career in warehousing, find out how Life Withou...
Foster carers work together in Tassie for the perfect partnership
Community, partnership and water safety along the Tasmanian coast.
Alexandra and Kelly are a 'virtual' foster care success story
Their story is one of courage, resilience, flexibility and hope.
A country connection along the mighty Murray
Lindy is a single specialist carer based on the mighty Murray River in South Australia.
It takes a village to raise a child - foster care at Christmas
Amy has always loved Christmas and the sense of belonging that each Christmas day signified.
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