Information regarding Tasmania, Australia including facts and statistics, news, and information of interest for persons with disabilities residing in or visiting Tasmania.
Tasmania Disability Resources
Advocacy Tasmania, Inc.
(ATI) is an independent, non-government organization that has provided advocacy services across Tasmania to older people, and people with disabilities, since 1990 - http://www.advocacytasmania.org.au/home.htm
Tascare Society for Children
Aims to create a positive image for, and to promote the achievements of children and young adults with disabilities - http://www.tascare.asn.au
National Disability Service, Tasmania
NDS has a National Secretariat in Canberra and offices in every state and territory. - http://www.nds.org.au
Association for Children with Disability Tasmania (ACD)
ACD's existence and direction is dictated by the needs of children with disabilities and their families - http://www.acdtas.com.au
DHHS Disability Services
Disability Services aims to deliver a range of services from accommodation to information for the health and well being of people with disabilities in Tasmania - http://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/service_information/disability/disability_services
Tasmania's central online source of information on arthritis, osteoporosis and associated conditions - http://www.arthritistasmania.com.au
Brain Injury Association of Tasmania
The Brain Injury Association of Tasmania is a non-government, state-wide, not-for-profit organization that has a range of members - http://www.biat.org.au
Cerebral Palsy Tasmania
A not for profit organization helping Tasmanian's with disabilities - http://www.cptas.org.au
Statistics: Tasmania Disability
In Tasmania 1,132 people used Accommodation Support services in the year 2007. During this same year, 2,451 people used Community support, 320 people used Respite services, and 2,318 people used Employment services. In Australia as a whole during 2007, 245,746 people used similar services.