Australia’s first magazine for children with special needs! Source Kids is a free magazine distributed throughout Australia and is also available online. The magazine is a ‘source’ of information about education, health and nutrition, travel, sport, safety, therapy, technology, grants … Read More
Ability Links is a new service in NSW for individuals with a disability and their carers. It provides people with a locally based first point of contact to support people to access supports and services in their local communities.
The Centre for Genetics Education provides high quality information on genetics, including genetics disorders. The Centre is a NSW state-wide education service dedicated to preparing health professionals who are non-genetics trained with the skills and knowledge to manage the impact … Read More
The DermNet NZ presents authoritative facts about the skin for consumers and health professionals in New Zealand and throughout the world. It is written and reviewed by dermatologists, other health professionals and medical writers. Access to DermNet NZ is free … Read More
Disability Online was developed as an information portal for people with disabilities and their carers. Sharon Williamson developed this site because she has seen an overwhelming need to share resources, link information and support.
The OurHealth, OurCommunity website is hosted by the Consumers Health Forum of Australia – the independent national organisation representing the interests of Australian health consumers. Their goal is to help you find your way to useful information and health services … Read More
Dr Melinda Nolan and Dr Claire Spooner explain how TSC affects the brain and the available management and treatment options. Includes questions from the audience, which was made up of individuals with TSC and their families. Watch this video directly … Read More
Dr Tonya Kara, paediatric nephrologist from Starship Children’s Hospital and Dr Murray Leikis, Nephrologist from Wellington Hospital speak at the 2014 TSC Family Conference hosted by Tuberous Sclerosis Australia and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex New Zealand in Auckland in November 2014. … Read More