December 23, 2021 | Disability

Preparing for COVID-19 in QLD

Following the opening of the QLD border on Dec 13 2021, we anticipate there will be an increase in active positive cases in the QLD community including NDIS services and in Supported Independent Living…. Read the article
Karim Abdullah - Wheelchair Football Player July 27, 2021 | Disability Disability Sport

Celebrating Australian Para-Athletes and the History of Accessible Sport

ONCALL celebrates accessible sport and a few Australian para-athletes in the build-up to the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics. Read article
Firefighter fighting a grassy bushfire January 31, 2020 | Disability

Bushfire resources for people with disability

Bushfires are a constant threat in the Australian Climate. Bushfire disasters have s ravaged local communities and caused indescribable destruction to infrastructure, flora and fauna in the regions. When tragedy strikes, people with disability… Read article
Airport Vector Scene with characters moving around September 24, 2019 | Disability Sector News

Melbourne Airport introduces Hidden Disability Program

A holiday interstate or overseas can be an exciting time for most people. They have time off work, are going to a special event or to catch up with friends or family or just… Read article
Nigel Borg speaking at the Geneva Convention 2019 May 3, 2019 | Disability ONCALL

Nigel Borg: Personal Address to the United Nations – Autism Awareness

Autism – Removing Barriers to Education A huge congratulations to Nigel Borg who at 18-years-of age and living with ASD had the privilege to address the Congress of United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland on… Read article
Marvel Stadium & St-Kilda FC Graphic April 10, 2019 | Disability Sector News

St Kilda FC & Marvel Stadium set the goal posts for a more inclusive game

  St Kilda Football Club is setting the standard for a more inclusive game. In an AFL first, St Kilda Football Club, in collaboration with Amaze, has introduced a quiet room for people with… Read article
Stock Image - Braile March 18, 2019 | Disability Sector News

Communication access improvements for the deaf-blind community

Over the past decade, smartphones have become a vital form of communication. Until recently, these devices have been inaccessible for deaf-blind people, creating a barrier for communication access. Melbourne woman Heather Lawson was born… Read article