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Communication Rights Australia

Area of operation:

Email
info@communicationrights.org.au

Web
http://www.caus.com.au

Phone
03 9555 8552 or 1300 666 604

Communication Rights Australia is a human rights advocacy and information service for people with little or no speech. We respond to people with little or no speech who have had their rights infringed or believe they have not been heard. We provide information to help protect people’s rights and access the supports they need for … Continued

Brain Injury Matters (BIM)

Brain Injury Matters is a not-for-profit community managed organisation that works to make life better for people living with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Brain Injury Matters has as its principal objective the relief of suffering and distress of people who have an Acquired Brain Injury by: Providing support to alleviate the isolation and marginalisation experienced … Continued

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA)

Area of operation:

Email
bca@bca.org.au

Web
http://www.bca.org.au

Phone
03 9654 1400 or 1800 033 660

Blind Citizens Australia (BCA) is the united voice of blind and vision-impaired Australians. Our mission is to achieve equity and equality by our empowerment, by promoting positive community attitudes, and by striving for high quality and accessible services which meet our needs. BCA provide peer support, information dissemination and consultancy to government, corporate and public … Continued

Assert 4 All

A division of Barwon Disability Resource Council (BDRC) Our services are: Advocacy and Information Disability Support Fund (DSF) Access Maps – Alcoa Access Map Geelong CBD. We can provide this service to other areas on request. Disability Standards surveys Access audits and consultancy (A 4 ALL). Community projects  

AED Legal Centre

Area of operation:

Email
noni.lord@aed.org.au

Web
http://www.aed.org.au

Phone
03 9639 4333

AED works in partnership with service users, other disability and community agencies, trade unions, employers and government to: protect the human, civil and legal rights of people with disability; empower employees with a disability who experience workplace discrimination or disadvantage; promote the inclusion and participation of people with a disability in employment, education and training; … Continued

Able Australia

Area of operation:

Email
info@ableaustralia.org.au

Web
http://www.ableaustralia.org.au

Phone
1300 225 369

Able Australia Services is a long-standing non-profit organisation that provides services to people living with multiple disabilities including deafblindness. Our vision is to create a community where the people we support are seen, heard, respected, valued and connected. We reach out to people living with multiple disabilities, helping them achieve a quality of life that … Continued

Action on Disability in Ethnic Communities (ADEC)

Area of operation:

Email
info@adec.org.au

Web
http://www.adec.org.au/

Phone
03 9480 7000

ADEC’s Vision To empower people with disabilities from ethnic backgrounds, their carers and families to fully participate as members of the Victorian community. ADEC’s Mission The Mission states that the way to achieve full citizenship is: To assist people with disabilities from ethnic backgrounds, their carers and families to access services and ensure that service … Continued

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Action for More Independence and Dignity in Accommodation (AMIDA)

Area of operation:

Email
amida@amida.org.au

Web
http://www.amida.org.au

Phone
03 9650 2722

AMIDA helps people with disabilities if they are having problems where they live. AMIDA does this by: telephone advice, information, referral and support direct advocacy on your behalf. education individually or in groups about your housing rights. AMIDA advocates for tenants rights for people with a disability by: standing up for people with a disability … Continued

Regional Disability Advocacy Service (RDAS)

Formerly Disability Advocacy and Information Service (DAIS), provides advocacy support to people with disabilities and carers in North East Victoria.  Services include: Assist people with disabilities to resolve problems. Provide information and support. Refer to appropriate services. Represent individuals when dealing with service providers. Take issues to government departments and Ministers. Instigate proceedings in the … Continued