Aboriginal people with disability and their families from around New South Wales tell their stories to share and create awareness for others living with disability.

Dr Paul Brock, who has motor neurone disease, explains how the NDIS supports people with congenital or acquired disability, and their families / carers who are affected. 2004

This explains the reason, launch in the Hunter, Commonwealth and State roles, working with non government organisations, continuity of support, support for people aged 65 plus, Ability Links NSW and Stronger Together 2.

Teens and adults explain how the NDIS has improved their lives as they receive support and equipment to live more independently, and regain family relationships.

Vicky Blakely talks about making a plan for her three children with additional needs, and how NDIS has made a huge difference to their family.

Michael Lang, a mature man with muscular dystrophy, recounts how he developed a plan of support with the NDIS planner.

Geoff Scott is a Deaf artist who challenged Telstra to provide a TTY (telephone typewriter) at the same cost as regular telephones. Geoff won the case, and now 30,000 Australians make phone calls through the National Relay Service.

Sekou Kanneh is a 12 year old runner who couldn't hear the starting gun because he was Deaf and so he had to wait until he saw competitors start. He asked for a flashing light to signal the start, and it ruled that this would be fair. 2013

Live football matches can now be experienced and enjoyed by those that are visually impaired. 

This animation is about contracts under the Australian Consumer Law. It is one of six topics in a series about your rights and responsibilities when buying goods and services in Australia. It is aimed at new migrants, including those from emerging communities.