Writing about your lived experience of disability can be a powerful way to self-advocate. Katerina Bryant provides some advice for how you can write your own story.
Inform spoke with Dogs for Kids founder, Katie Hunter about the work the organisation does and the impact an assistance or therapy dog can have.
Issy Orosz now wears the word disabled as a badge of honour. For Inform, Issy writes about how working in disability advocacy helped them feel disability pride.
After sustaining a traumatic brain injury, Nandita Chakraborty reinvented herself as a writer. For Inform, she shares the story of her beautiful broken brain.
Self-advocacy is a way in which people with disabilities can have their voices heard. We share some advice for how you can learn more about self-advocacy.
Cade Lucas is a writer from Melbourne who has ADHD. For Inform, he writes about his experience of COVID-19 and managing the loss of routine.
Support coordination is about building your capacity and helping you to see the opportunities available to you. We share some tips and advice for how you can get the most out of support coordination.
All access needs are valid, but not all access needs can be provided at the same time. For example, in a room full of people, there might be an individual who requires low lighting because bright lights can trigger sensory overload or migraines. And in the same room,...
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...