Meeting Place moves online in 2020

The leading forum for the arts and disability is moving online in 2020. Meeting Place, the signature annual event of Arts Access Australia, provides space for artists with disability to present, perform, discuss and debate. This year, due to the ongoing impact of...

The life-changing work of Dogs for Kids

Dogs for Kids is a Victorian-based organisation that raises and trains assistance dogs and therapy dogs to work with kids and teenagers with a range of different disabilities. Inform spoke with founder, Katie Hunter about the work the organisation does and the impact...

Faces of chronic pain for National Pain Week

When Jess Price had a sore throat in June 2017, she had no idea that in less than a year she would be diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis and later, Fibromyalgia. Jess is one of three million Australians who live with chronic pain. The last week of July is...

Emerging leaders to benefit from exciting leadership program

A leadership program for young people with a disability has received funding from the NDIS. The Emerging Young Leaders Program helps young people to develop their communication and leadership skills. The funding will ensure the program continues for another three...

Shining a spotlight on accessible attractions

Now in its 15th year, Accessibility Weekend will see attractions across Victoria open their doors on September 7-8, inviting people with a physical disability who use a wheelchair or mobility aid to experience everything from a mine experience tour at Bendigo to...