New South Wales – Life skills

Programs to develop life skills

Autism Identity and Awareness for Individuals

This online training course delivers life skills for teenagers and young adults living with autism. It can help you to build confidence and self-awareness. Find out more about this training course


BrainBank is a free one-on-one peer panel to help people with brain injury navigate life and support others. Find out more about BrainBank

Me Plus More – Independent Living Skills program

Online practical skills support for people with intellectual disability. Find out more about the Independent Living Skills program

My Right to Decide

The My Right to Decide project teaches skills to help you make decisions and speak up for yourself. Find out more about the My Right to Decide project

Siblings Australia

Siblings Australia has information and resources to support siblings of children and adults with chronic conditions including disability, chronic illness and mental health issues. Find more information and resources to support siblings

SKILL - Strengthening Knowledge, Ideas, Links and Leadership

The SKILL project includes a series of free workshops to help you design and lead the life you choose.Discover how SKILL can help you

SSPA Mentorship Program

This program supports young short statured people to build resilience and deal with social issues at school, work and in the community. Find out more about the SSPA Mentorship program

The A-List

This is an online platform for young autistic people, their families and carers to find social and group activities with like-minded people with similar interests. Find out more information about The A-List

Totally Doable

Totally Doable are a series of web-based videos produced by and about culturally and linguistically diverse people living with disability. Find out more about Totally Doable

Support for Indigenous Australians

Bunjum Aboriginal Corporation

Through the Bunjum Aboriginal Early and Ability Links program, Barkuma can assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability to access culturally appropriate assistance and support aimed at increasing their independence, inclusion and social participation. Find out more about how Bunjum may be able to assist you

Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre

Cullunghutti offers a range of culturally appropriate disability supports to allow you or your family to live comfortably at home, building skills, and actively participate in the community. Find out more about what is available to you

Justice Support Program

Winanga-li Aboriginal Child and Family Centre provides support and guidance to Aboriginal people with a disability who have had contact with the justice system and need to reconnect with community and culture. Learn more about the Justice Support Program

Mob Helping Mob

The Connecting Abilities Program: Mob Helping Mob is an inclusive, culturally safe program that can help Indigenous and non- Indigenous peoples with a disability to live independently in the home and in the community. Visit the website for more information