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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...

Meet Rianna

Rianna is a social 8-year-old who loves being out and about. She is living with Cerebral Palsy and she uses a walker day-to-day, but needs some help to do some activities. Read more...

Change twice as many lives

Are you embarking on a New Year’s challenge? Maybe there’s a cycle, running or fitness event you want to conquer? You can use that opportunity to change the lives of people living with a disability by fundraising through your challenge. Read more...

Max and his play set

Max is a loving 5-year-old who likes water, lights, bright colours and music. He was born with Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome. Unable to use the slides in the park, TAD volunteer Jim, constructed a play set which met all of Max's needs. Read more...

Project of the Year 2016

At the conference we wanted to celebrate some of the amazing projects that our volunteers have completed this year. Each TAD Group was asked to submit a nomination for the 2016 Project of the Year Award. Read more...

2016 Volunteer Conference

From design concepts and solutions to photography tips, it was great to see so many of our amazing volunteers enjoying the state conference. 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.