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empowering people with disabilities from ethnic backgrounds!
  • Digital Respite Digital Respite

    Digital Respite: Using digital devices and technology to engage the young while providing respite time for carers and family. Running again in 2017!!

  • Interpreting  (NDIS) Interpreting (NDIS)

    ADEC is a Registered Interpreting Service under the NDIS. Our staff are friendly and engaging and will make sure that language is no barrier when it comes to you receiving your required services and supports.

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  • ArtAbility® 2016 and Online Store ArtAbility® 2016 and Online Store

    ArtAbility® is an inspiring visual arts program run by ADEC that unites a range of talented artists of all ages, from a variety of cultures who are living with a disability.

Latest News & Events

ArtAbility® 2017 'Celebrating Identity' Exhibition

ArtAbility® is an inspiring visual arts program run by ADEC that unites a range of talented artists of all ages, from a variety of cultures who are living with a disability.

 

Happy Mother's Day 2017

mothers250ADEC's Afghan group facilitated by Shaima, recently had a Mother's Day celebration at Shingle Inn café, Narre Warren.

Ageing in Australia Expo 2017

AngeBrandiJoy250Thank you to everyone who visited our stall and had a chat with us at the Ageing in Australia Expo 2017 which was held at Melbourne Town Hall on Saturday. There was a very large turnout of seniors keen to find out more information about ADEC and the senior related services we provide.

Yoga - On Chairs

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The Serbian Community Association of Australia Inc. invited the Afghan exercise groups to participate in a unique experience, yoga on chairs.

The benefits of yoga are well-known and people with mobility issues including seniors and people living with disabilities can enjoy yoga at home, with friends and in the comfort of their own chairs.

NDIS and What it Means to Participants

 

ChiekoCrop250Chances are if you are a person living with a disability or caring for someone with a disability, you would have now heard all about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). It is quite difficult to get your head around all the information, with the changing levels of detail and complexity, more and more information is appearing daily.

Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities Inc. (ADEC) has been supporting people living with a disability (and their carers), from multicultural backgrounds, for over 30 years. Let’s look at one example of how the NDIS has changed the life of one of ADEC’s Japanese Carer Group participants.

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