Health and wellbeing
Disability and mental health
Independent statutory body established to reform care and improve the health and welfare of people living with mental illness.
Information about various mental and physical disabilities, as well as information on rehabilitation and caring for people with disabilities.
Information and resources for communities and individuals relating to a range of disabilities.
Here you'll find a range of information on living with a disability. This includes advice, services and support groups for people with disabilities, as well as information on day to day issues such as driving, dressing and safety in the home.
Information on support services for people with disabilities and their carers.
Self help, or assistive, devices can give a person the leverage they need to perform certain tasks that they find difficult due to lack of strength, flexibility, range of motion or balance.
Find out about the equipment, aids and appliances available to NSW residents with long-term disabilities to help them live and participate within their community.
Promoting the rights of people with disability, who require a companion, to fair ticketing at events and venues.
Information and support for people who are affected by the symptoms of mental illness.
Vision Australia offer a number of services available for people who are blind or visually impaired to ensure they have the opportunity to fully participate in every part of life.
The NSW Sports Federation provides a list of disability sports organisations and their contact details.
About one-fifth of Australians have a disability. For those who are parents there can be many challenges that make it hard to cope. The Raising Children Network have some helpful resources to guide parents.
The Australia Disability Network provides a calendar of events for people with a disability.
Provides links and guidance to housing for people living with a disability.
Learn about Guide Dogs NSW and the services available for people who are blind or visually impaired.
The Home and Community Care (HACC) Program is a joint Australian and NSW Government initiative to help people live more independently in their own home and community.
Legal aid for people wanting help or advice about mental health matters.
The Leaving Care Program supports young people with a disability to transition from the parental responsibility of the Minister for Community Services to live as independently as possible in the community.