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Advocacy & Human Rights

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW (ADN NSW) -

Ability Incorporated Advocacy Service (AIAS NSW) -

ACT Disability, Aged and Carer Advocacy Service (ADACAS) -

Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities (ADEC) -

Advocacy for Inclusion -

Advocacy South West, WA -

Advocacy Tasmania –

Australian Centre for Disability Law  -

Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) -

Complaints, Resolution and Referral  Service -

Disability Advocacy Alice Springs NT –

Disability Advocacy and Complaints Service SA -

Disability Advocacy Network (NSW) -

Disability Advocacy NSW (DA) -

Disability Advocacy Network Australia  (DANA) –

First Peoples Disability Network (Australia) -

Human Rights Council of Australia  -

Independent Advocacy Townsville, QLD -

Indigenous Disability Advocacy Service  (IDAS) -

Intellectual Disability Rights Service (IDRS) -

Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association (MDAA) -

National Disability Abuse and Neglect  Hotline -

National Ethnic Disability Alliance  (NEDA) -

National Disability Services NSW (NDS) -

People with Disability WA (PWDWA) –

Physical Disability Australia (PDA) -

Physical Disability Council of NSW (PDCN) -

Queensland Advocacy Incorporated (QAI) -

Queenslanders with Disabilities (QDN) –

Rights in Action, Cairns FNQ -

Sexual Assault in Disability and Aged Care Project -

Women with Disability Australia (WWDA) -


Carers National -

Carers NSW -

Carers QLD -

Working Carers -

Young Carers   -

Young Carers QLD -

Children and Families

Association for Children with a Disability NSW (ACDNSW) -

Australian Association for Families of Children with a Disability (AAFCD)

Better Start for Children with Disability (Better Start) -

Children With Disability Australia (CDA) -

Family Advocacy NSW -

Healthy Start -

Helping Children with Autism -

MyTime -

Northcott Disability Services -

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) -

School Student Special Transport Scheme for Students with Disabilities -

Siblings Australia -

Disability-Specific Organisations

Aboriginal Disability Network NSW (ADN NSW) -

First Peoples Disability Network (Australia) -

Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of  NSW (MDAA)

National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA)


Deaf Australia (NSW) -

Deaf Society of NSW -

Deafness Council of NSW -

Intellectual Disability

Down Syndrome NSW -

NSW Council for Intellectual Disability (NSWCID) -

Neurological Disability

Austistic Spectrum Australia -

Brain Injury Assn. of NSW (BIANSW) -

Brain Injury Network of SA (BINSA) -

Physical Disability

Cerebral Palsy Alliance -

Cerebral Palsy Australia (CPA) -

Paraplegic & Quadraplegic Assn. of NSW -

Post-Polio Network (NSW) -

Spinal Cord Injury Australia (SCIA) -


Association for the Blind of Western Australia -

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) -

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) -

Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) -

Vision Australia (VA) -


Disability Studies and  Research Institute (DSRI) -

Get Ready for Uni! -

National Disability Coordination Officer Program -


ACE National -

Australian Network on Disability (AND) -

Disability Employment Services -

Employability and Disability (UK) -

JobAccess -

Access to support for students with disabilities -




Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales
Northern Territory
South Australia
Western Australia

Local Government

Community Transport NSW -
Community Transport QLD -


Action for More Independence & Dignity in Accommodation (AMIDA) -

Association of Consultants in  Access Australia Inc. -

Australian Network for Universal Housing Design -

Housing NSW -

Housing QLD -

NSW Home Modification and Maintenance Services (HMMS) -

Information Services

Commonwealth Carelink Centres -

Disability & Aged Information Service -

Disability Information Services QLD -

Disability Information and Resource Centre SA -

Disability Online -



Commonwealth Disability Services Standards  (Eligible Service Standards) (FAHCSIA) Determination 2010 -

Disability and Human Rights -

Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1992 -

Disability Legislation -

Disability Services Act 1986  (Commonwealth) -

Disability Services Act 1993 (NSW) -

Disability Services Standards and  Legislation -

Guide to the Disability Discrimination Act  (DDA) 1992 -

NSW Disability Services Standards 2007 -

NT Disability Services Standards -

QLD Disability Services Standards -

SA Disability Services Standards -

TAS Disability Services Standards -

UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) -

UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) - Plain English

VIC Disability Services Standards -

WA Disability Services Standards -


Guide Dogs NSW/ACT -

Independent Living Centre NSW -

On-Focus -

Technical Aid to the Disabled Australia -

Students Information

Disability Issues -

Models of  disability advocacy -


Access Tourism NZ -

Australian Disability Parking Scheme -

Travellers with physical, visual and hearing impairments -

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