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Ability

We work with our residents to assist them to strengthen their support and problem solving resources, so that they may have the ability to obtain more control over their relationships, resources, learning, information and decision making. 

'Recognising ability' emphasises our belief that it is a person's abilities and strengths that should be the focus of our support, not their disability.

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Our Latest News

NDIS may be to blame for plateauing numbers of volunteers to help people with disabilities

08-Dec-2017

Volunteers are the golden threads that hold together the fabric of support for people with disab..

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STA Pricing win announced

26-Oct-2017

Pricing win as increases for short term accommodation announced Following the NDIA's announc..

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Order your Entertainment Book 2017 now!

12-Apr-2017

Book your new 2017 / 2018 Entertainment Book through disAbility Living to support our 'Out-and-About..

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Paralympian Kurt Fearnley 'confused and disheartened' over NDIS funding shift

17-Feb-2017

We are also 'confused and disheartened' over the current political debate about top up funding f..

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Shaping our future: Discussions on disability rights

13-Jan-2017

The Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Alastair McEwin, is conducting a national consultati..

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Next phase of NDIS in South Australia

01-Jan-2017

01.01.2017: The latest phase of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rollout is under..

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Morialta Trust money to fund sensory wall at Riverside

22-Nov-2016

disAbility Living was delighted to receive a donation of $5380 from Morialta Trust recently. ..

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Congratulations Dee!

27-Oct-2016

The 2016 Dr Max Birrell Award was presented to Dearnne Singline, Team Leader at..

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A tidal wave of change – empowering people

04-Oct-2016

The right to live independently and participate fully in life is a pillar of the UN Convention ..

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What people are saying

The person responded well to receiving one on one support, she was able to pursue things which had currently been put on hold due to lack of support. She developed social and technology skills using social media. She became more involved in her home, she is enjoying cooking with staff, her confidence in this area has developed and she no longer needs staff to help her with basic meal preparation.

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