Disability Services in Sydney NSW Australia

Disability Services and Information Sydney NSW

  • Accessible Arts Peak arts and disability organisation for New South Wales, Accessible Arts promotes and provides opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in arts and cultural activities either as audience members; through attending galleries, theatres, museums and festivals; or as participants in art, drama, music, dance and multimedia activities; and by developing as professional artists.
  • National Disability Services (NDS) is the National Industry Association for Disability Services. ACROD’s membership includes over 550 non-government, non-profit organisations, which collectively operate several thousand services for Australians with all types of disabilities, including intellectual, physical, psychiatric and sensory. NDS’s members are located in every State and Territory in Australia and range in size from very small support groups to very large service providers.
  • Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW  – Part of the NSW Attorney Generals Department, the board can help if you’ve been discriminated against in employment, education and many other areas.
  • Aboriginal Disability Network
  • Cerebal Palsy Alliance has been supporting children and adults with cerebral palsy in NSW and the ACT for 65 years.
  • Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care
  • Disability Discrimination Legal Centre
  • Guide Dogs NSW/ACT exists to enhance the quality of life of people who are blind or vision impaired, by assisting in their achievement of independence through access and mobility.
  • Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW  – services for for people from a non-English speaking background with disability and their families and carers.
  • NSW Meals on Wheels
  • Physical Disability Council of Australia  – PDCA is run entirely by people with physical disabilities, for people with physical disabilities. It does not discriminate on the basis of disability, nor does PDCA determine what a physical disability is. PDCA operates under an inclusion policy and offers membership and/or services to any person with a disability who seeks its support.
  • Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) Deafness and blindness are serious disabilities. RIDBC assists more than 600 children, and their families, each year and relies heavily on community support to be able to continue to make a difference in children’s lives.


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