Chris discovers the freedom to live an independent life full of passion and purpose

Chris Campbell - Member Story

Nothing can stop Chris from taking the path of independence and seizing every moment – not even quadriplegia. At age 19, Chris tragically suffered a diving injury to his neck. This has left Chris in a wheelchair for almost 32 years now, making his cherished hobbies and daily activities challenging – but also more fulfilling […]

World Autism Month: Creating Awareness

World Autism Day

April is World Autism Month, and it begins with the internationally recognised, United Nations sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. This year will be the 15th annual World Autism Awareness Day. This day aims to raise awareness and help the community to understand the limitations of living with autism every day. Did you […]

Support Coordination helps Andrew manage his NDIS plan

Andrew with Guide Dog Rhianna

National Disability Insurance Scheme participant Andrew Farrar-Pugh is achieving his goals with the help of Living My Way’s Support Coordination services. Andrew was a passenger in a car that had collided with a tree, which left him legally blind. He is completely blind in his left eye and sees out of a portion of his […]

Life of a Support Worker

Support Worker

A Support Worker looks after the well-being of people who cannot tend to their daily living on their own. They help people with disabilities or mental health needs to reach their fullest potential by providing physical and emotional support. Support can look like many things. It could be helping you go to the park, attend […]

Reflect, Respect and Celebrate

As we approach Australia Day, and as Living My Way prepares to develop its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), it is important that we look at the day through many lenses. With this in mind, Dr Lana Leslie, who will be assisting LMW with our RAP, and Living My Way CEO Mark have developed a […]