Websites for yourself or someone you may know with a disability, and information for parents, carers and family members.
Tune In Not Out - Tune In Not Out (or as our friends call us – TINO) provides 24hr TV for life’s challenges from mental to sexual health. Tune In Not Out brings videos, factsheets, real stories and blogs from across Australia into one central point for young people to explore.
Association for Children with a Disability provides information, support and advocacy, for families of children with a disability.
Human Rights & Equal Opportunity Commission this site covers disability discrimination and aims to promote equal opportunity and access for people with disbilities.
Children, Youth and Women's Health Service Ages 18-25 is a site for people living with a disability which covers topics such as your rights, living with your family, hanging out with friends, your physical health, school and work and much more.
Career Resources Guidelines For Young People with Disabilities information for people with a disability, their families and carers including services and support, health information, payments and benefits, jobs, training and free time and heaps more.
Divine DiVine is a fun and innovative website written by and for people with a disability. DiVine aims to inform, engage and entertain. It is a vibrant, inclusive community that encourages participation.
CanTeen - The Australian organisation for young people living with cancer.
ChIPS - ChIPS is a Chronic Illness Peer Support program for young people living with any type of chronic illness or medical condition.
eheadspace -eheadspace is anew service from headspace. It is a confidential, free anonymous, secure space where young people aged 12 and 25 can web chat, email or speak with qualified young menal health professionals. It is however, not a crisis support line contact kidshelpline or lifeline.