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Cerebral Palsy Alliance is a national body of 12 state and territory Member Organisations that positively contribute to the community through research and service development for people with cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Support Network is a community of members that puts inclusion and self-determination at the forefront of everything we do. We build capacity in ourselves and others. We are bold and curious, we navigate challenges and discover solutions that achieve change.
Cerebral Palsy Guidance is a comprehensive informational website on cerebral palsy.
The Community Visitor Scheme aims to protect the rights of people living with disability or mental illness who are receiving care in a mental health treatment centre, attending a community mental health facility, living in disability accommodation, attending a Day Options program, living in a Supported Residential Facility (SRF).
Companion Card is a card issued to people with a permanent disability who require attendant care support which allows a companion to enter free of charge to participating venues and activities. In South Australia the Companion Card is free and is valid for ten years. It provides access to cinemas, theatres, councils, zoos and many other South Australian activities.
Australasia – CdLSA provides information, support and resources to parents of children who have this congenital condition.
DCA respond to the individual needs of deaf children and their families, regardless of the degree of hearing loss, communication methods, educational settings, personal circumstances or additional disabilities.
Down Syndrome Association of
South Australia provide information on its services to support people with Down Syndrome and their families in South Australia.
The Epilepsy Centre is a professional organisation committed to providing quality services to people living with epilepsy and improving community awareness and attitudes throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory.
National Organisation on Foetal Alcohol Syndrome provides information and resources on Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and the risks associated with drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
DRAS can provide help with advocacy especially those who have come from other countries and who may not speak or read English well.
Provides services, events, news and information for South Australian paraplegic and quadriplegics.
Based in NSW the RIDCB provides information about the condition and support services for people with these conditions, their carers and professionals.
The RSB provides a full range of services for people who are blind or vision impaired.
Helpful tips and resources, practical advice and information that can make planning and taking a trip safe and easy for those with disabilities.