An Australian social platform designed to help people with disabilities make friends and expand their social circle has launched in a bid to reduce loneliness. Alvie, founded by CEO Steve Bear, was born out of first-hand realisation of how difficult it can be for children with disabilities to find friends they can relate to. The… Read more »
Between now and May, the Victorian government is offering an initiative to support the growth of businesses run by people with disability.
Despite the celebratory discourse around gaming’s increased accessibility, serious efforts to make gaming accessible to people living with disability remain rare.
A passion to help people living with a disability access adventure experiences and plan travel has seen Clair Crowley, founder of The Good Scout Travel Company, pick up the Golden eNVIe at this year’s annual awards.
A notable trend in the Australian EduTech space right now is an acute awareness around the need to proactively support particular niche groups.
Care Support Network (myCSN) is an online marketplace connecting elderly and users with disabilities to cares, while offering a peer connecting network.
Seeva is an online marketplace allowing carers and users with disabilities to find, connect and book disability service providers.
Sydney startup Home Care Heroes has created a platform connecting everyday people with those in their communities who need domestic assistance and companionship.
MyDisabilityMatters is a social media platform offering the disabled community a private version of Facebook
MyDisabilityMatters looks to tackle the problems facing people with disabilities on mainstream social media platforms by providing an exclusive space.
Better Caring, a peer-to-peer marketplace for aged care and disability support services has today announced a raise of $3 million from Ellerston Ventures.