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Archive: May 2023

Bridging the Gap: How Accessibility Enhances Social Participation for Australians living with Disability.

In an equitable society, everyone should enjoy the opportunity to fully participate in social, economic, and cultural life. However, for people living with disabilities, barriers to accessibility often hinder these opportunities. By fostering accessibility, we bridge the gap, fostering social inclusion and enhancing the quality of life for individuals with disabilities. Read more...

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Rod

Meet Rod Savage, a 71-year-old volunteer at Solve-TAD, who has been with us for seven years. With a keen interest in unique solutions, Rod's primary goal is to assist people with disabilities. His journey with us is a testament to the power of volunteering and the impact it can have on the lives of others. Read more...

Discover the Perfect Office Space at Abbotsford’s Disability Hub – A Hidden Gem for Your Growing Business

Are you looking to expand your office space or searching for the perfect location to accommodate your growing business? Look no further! At Solve-TAD's Disability Hub in Abbotsford, we are excited to offer ground-level office space for lease at our picturesque facility, situated at 16 Harper Street. This hidden gem offers a perfect balance between a tranquil work environment and easy access to bustling city amenities. Read more...

Unlocking Potential: The Importance of Custom Assistive Technology

In today's fast-paced world, technology plays a pivotal role in helping us navigate our daily lives. For people living with disabilities, the role of assistive technology becomes even more crucial. Custom assistive technology, in particular, has the power to transform lives by bridging the gap between limitations and independence. Read more...

Solve-TAD acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging.