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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 ...
Life Without Barriers partners with SNAICC for kids in out-of-home car...
Historic commitment to transfer out-of-home care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Life Without Barriers Launches Strategy 2025
Strategy 2025 charts the five-year vision for Life Without Barriers from 2020 to 2025.
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Winning more than medals at the Special Olympics
Darren, Damien and Craig team up to represent Victoria at the Special Olympics!
Claire is setting herself up for success
Claire, a young person in care, is making the most of her time in her home to set herself up for a successful ...
National Apology Day - a reminder of the past and a call to our f...
National Apology Day is a time to reflect on the ongoing impacts and intergenerational trauma experienced by t...
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.
What's on at Life Without Barriers in February!
Join Life Without Barriers at a range of events happening across Australia during February.
Emily uses art as a method of communication
Since partnering with her support team and the right art therapist, Emily’s talent as an artist has bloomed.
Life Without Barriers is deeply committed to reconciliation in ac...
Life Without Barriers acknowledges the deep sorrow and lasting impact of January 26.
Gearing up for a great school year in 2023
Life Without Barriers joined Kurbingui’s ‘Back to School Day’ event, giving local Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
Bruce turns his life around with some support
Thanks to Bruce's resilience and the support of the people around him, Bruce's story is now one of joy and hop...
Together at home: Christmas comes early for five best mates
A search for a new home highlights the need for better housing choices for people with disability.
Caroline receives Australian Human Rights Young Person Award
Congratulations to Caroline, Case Manager Next Steps Plus, who has received the Australian Human Rights Young ...