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Visual Spatial Neglect Apparatus for Guide Dogs NSW/ACT

TAD received a project application from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT to replicate a therapeutic tool used for vision assessment. The project was known fondly as the ‘baking tray' and was a large flat board on which the patients were asked to arrange 16 blocks evenly. Read more...

The Lions District 01N2 Freedom Wheels Project

Peter has been an active member of Wollongong Heights Lions and Wollongong Lions for nearly 39 years. “Being a Lions Club member is extremely rewarding because we know the money we raise will assist those who need it the most,” he said. Read more...

Kyneen’s Freedom Wheels

At a special meeting in the Hunter Kyneen was presented with his very own Freedom Wheels bike thanks to the support of Aurizon’s Community Giving Fund. Read more...

Daniel’s Custom Handcycle

Thirty-seven-year-old Daniel Spasic is a lover of Rockabilly music. In 2004 Daniel was travelling to TAFE at Richmond when he was involved in a car accident and acquired a brain injury. Read more...

Multi Accessible Boccia Ramp

TAD’s Hunter Volunteer Group has designed a custom project which allows Dorise a young lady with Cerebral Palsy, to play the game she loves, Boccia. Boccia is a precision ball sport similar to bowls, it’s designed to be played by athletes with a physical disability. Read more...

More Independence for April

April is a very cheerful 6-year-old girl, who likes music and loves to dance. Her favourite character is Elsa from Frozen and the song 'Let it go.' Read more...

Project of the Year 2017

TAD volunteer John Clayton has come up with a clever solution to help people with limited body movement give food rewards to their assistance dogs. The treat dispenser was voted the Project of the Year by volunteers at the annual TAD conference. Read more...

Katelyn’s Freedom Wheels

Katelyn is an active nine-year-old who loves playing outdoors. Katelyn really wanted to ride a bike just like her brother and sister.  Read more...

A confident Harry

Ten-year-old Harry received his first Freedom Wheels bike last year and he absolutely loves it. Read more...

TAD acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging.