Introduction to disability services and the NDIS
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is being rolled out across Australia and may already provide publicly-funded disability services where you live.
Assistance dogs, also called service dogs, are animals trained to help people who are living with physical disabilities to move around and do everyday activities.
Living with Parkinson’s disease
Most people with Parkinson’s disease continue to live rich and rewarding lives but some adaptations and changes might be needed with time.
How to prepare your home if you have a chronic disease or serious illness
Information about home modifications, medical equipment at home, telephone services, emergency call systems and sources of funding.
Living with depression
Research shows that talking can help people recover from depression and cope better with stress. Find out about how to manage depression.
Living with cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy cannot be cured, but a lot can be done to help people with the condition.
Living with osteoarthritis
If you have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, discover ways to comfortably manage your daily life by reading the tips on this page.
How to live with arthritis
There are many home care and lifestyle aids designed to help reduce the pain associated with your arthritis. Find out about managing arthritis.
What not to say to an amputee
More than 20,000 amputees live in Australia. To mark Amputee Awareness Week, follow these tips for talking to people with limb loss.
Victoria disability services
Publicly-funded disability services in Victoria will be delivered through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).