Who are we?
A state-wide, quarterly telephone link-up for women with disability who identify as being home-based
A publication written by women with disability, for women with disability
MsTical Women’s Gatherings
Are a way for members and potential members to connect in a comfortable, informal atmosphere
Creating opportunities for real inclusion and active participation of young people with disability in the community
Uses the skills and expertise of people from a CALD/NESB with disability and family members trained to educate and raise awareness about the diversity of the community.
Supports people to be more independent at home and in the community. The project supports people from 18 to 65 years of age with disability and carers who live in Western Sydney District (Auburn, Blacktown City, Holroyd, Parramatta City and The Hills).
A peer education project in prevention of violence and abuse particularly against women with disability.
Building the capacity of people from CALD/NESB with disability to understand the rights, improve access and to exercise choice and control over their lives, particularly with the changes the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) brings.
Joanne from Wyee Point
Facebook and Women Like Us Yahoo Group is another way to connect with members, no matter where they are in NSW.
VMembers’ Contribution in Awareness Raising Events, Projects, Forums and Networks Formed is how they work towards equity and inclusion. In the past year, members have been involved in: