New resources for LGBTIQA+ people with disability


Thorne Harbour Health, July 2022 Thorne Harbour Health and Inclusion Melbourne have released a set of resources for LGBTIQA+ people with disability to understand their rights and navigate Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). LGBTIQA+ people with disability consistently indicate that they have had poor experiences navigating both the NDIS planning process and working with NDIS...

Developing a national LGBTIQ disability strategy – a national consultation


National LGBTI Health Alliance, March 2017 Are you an LGBTIQ* person living with disability? Are you the intimate partner/carer for an LGBTIQ person living with disability? Would you like to ensure your lived experience contributes to guiding the work of the National Disability Insurance Agency [NDIA] into the future? *Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Queer How to get involved:  ...

More sex please: ending barriers in the bedroom [for people with physical disabilities]


Sydney Morning Herald, November 11, 2015 Now 23, Ariane was born with cerebral palsy spastic quadriplegia, which means she has reduced muscle tone in parts of her body and uses a wheelchair. It also means, like many people with physical disabilities, she has relied on assistance in the past to lead a normal adult sexual life; including help getting undressed before hopping into bed with her...

Tjina Maala Message Book For Families: Stories and support for carers of people with a disability


Tjina Maala Centre, WA, August 2015 The Pika Wiya Kuthupa project aims to investigate the needs of Aboriginal families caring for a child with a disability in the Goldfields region of Western Australia. The project established an Aboriginal community reference group, and during 2013 and 2014 conducted ‘storytelling circles’ community consultations. Aboriginal families caring for...

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