IDEAS Media Release

Senator Anne Ruston, Minister for Families and Social Services announced today over $2 million in federal funding to help IDEAS operate over the coming twelve months.

IDEAS Media Release

IDEAS announced today new collaborative partnerships with Radio 2RPH, Playgroup Australia and the Stroke Recovery Association of NSW, as the community organisation continues to spread the message that people with disability are contributing citizens deserve the right access to information and services.

Exterior shot of PLATFORM art installation space with brightly coloured three dimensional organic shaped works with long tendrils and fuzzy balls by artist Bliss Cavanagh

PLATFORM and Ezy-Dun open up community and cultural festivals to be more inclusive and accessible for all. Launched in March 2019, PLATFORM is an accessible and inclusive transportable art installation space, and Ezy-Dun is a portable accessible bathroom with hoist and full adult changing facilities.

Don't Hang Up Gladys

Stop the Berejiklian Government Hanging up on Paul - Click here to sign the petition

Paul rings IDEAS from a pay phone. He has been doing this for years, getting help with day to day problems and getting the information he needs to get on with his life.  

“They actually open the world up to me”. 

IDEAS has been there for Paul and more than 700,000 people who call us every year.