Everything you need to know about PACE

Like other NDIS service providers, Living My Way is in the process of preparing for the transition to PACE. The rollout of PACE is set to commence gradually across Australia, with a tentative start date of 30 October 2023. But what exactly is PACE, and why is the NDIS embarking on this change? PACE represents […]

What you need to know about changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth)

Overview The Fair Work Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Act 2022 (FW Act) was passed on December 2. The Bill represents the most substantial set of amendments ever made to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act). There is so much detail in the amendments made by the FW Act it is almost impossible […]

Get Involved with “Make March Purple” for Epilepsy

Did you know that every 33 minutes someone’s life is turned upside down by Epilepsy? For the month of March, we come together to help bring awareness and encourage others to “Make March Purple for Epilepsy”! Epilepsy is a condition which affects the brain and causes seizures.  Seizures occur when there is a disruption to […]

Amendments to Fair Work Act 2009

Amendments have been recently made to the Fair Work Act 2009 incorporating new provisions that address Family and Domestic Violence. From 1 February 2023, the change means all employees (casual and full time) will be able to access 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave in a 12-month period. This change affects our […]

Get involved in International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD)

This month, we want to come together and encourage others to ‘see the ability in disability’ as we celebrate International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) on Saturday, 3 December. Held annually, IDPwD is a United Nations observed day celebrated internationally. Its goal is to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability […]

Supporting Cerebral Palsy This STEPtember

STEPtember Move Together for Cerebral Palsy

We don’t believe in robots. Or sitting behind a keyboard. We’re real people who really want to help, so this STEPtember we’ll be getting out and about in your community to raise funds and awareness for Cerebral Palsy. We want to raise funds so more people with Cerebral Palsy can get the equipment they need.  […]

Living My Way Turns 30

In the 1980s, the late Kevin Byrne AM, together with a group of like-minded disability rights advocates with severe physical disabilities, campaigned for the right to manage their own disability funding packages. At that time, service providers managed all the funding and recipients had little say in how the funding was used. The federal government […]

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 […]

12 Days of Living My Way

Living My Way is a not-for-profit disability service provider that supports people with disabilities to live a self-directed life. We act as champions, advocates and supporters so that our Members can live the life they have always wanted – not allowing their disability to define them and hinder them. We are a unique disability service […]

Living My Way Announces Passing of Chair

With profound sadness, the Board of Living My Way shares the news that the Chair, Milena Morrow, has passed away suddenly on Tuesday, 12 October 2021. Milena was 63. Peter Strokhorb, the Vice-Chair, said: “We are deeply shocked and saddened by Milena’s passing. It was a privilege to know Milena personally and to work alongside […]