Our Current Projects
We are involved in a diverse range of projects to amplify the voices of people living with disability.
Aged Care Traineeship
Our innovative traineeship program provides people living with a disability with the opportunity to build a career in aged care. It also provides aged care providers with an easy entry point to diversify their workforce and add value to their organisation.
Road to Employment
The Road to Employment project works with employers and schools to change work expectations about people with disability.
Toolkit for Business
This Toolkit for Business supports businesses in becoming more welcoming and confident in employing people living with a disability.
Disability Elders of All Ages
Disability Elders of All Ages (DEAA) aims to strengthen connections between people with physical and sensory disability. We have a peer network in Adelaide, regional workshops on technology and an online resource centre with information on technology use.
SKILL is a series of FREE workshops that aim to provide leadership development opportunities and build local peer networks and support groups for people living with disability, their family and allies.
Our Voice SA
Our Voice SA is a group of people living with intellectual or learning disability who come together to learn about self-advocacy and decision making skills.
Inclusive School Communities
The Inclusive School Communities (ISC) project works with South Australian schools and ISC Mentors, who are young people living with disability, to build knowledge, skills and capacity to create inclusive school communities.
My Home My Way
My Home My Way workshops and mentoring (Making ILO Real) is designed to support people living with intellectual or other complex disabilities to create a home to call their own.
Enabled Youth Disability Network
The Enabled Youth Disability Network (formerly Julia Farr Youth) is run by youths living with disability and aims to amplify the voices of youths living with disability in South Australia.
Dig In aims to ensure that everyone can be a part of their local community garden by linking community gardeners with people who find it hard to leave home.
Inclusive Neighbourhoods aims to reduce social isolation and loneliness among South Australians, by encouraging people to build and maintain relationships with their neighbours.