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Disability Consultancy Services

Disability Consultancy Services (DCS) Pty Ltd, based in Adelaide, South Australia has an established record for providing high quality, practical, affordable advice on a wide range of issues associated with the Australian Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1992 and equitable access for people with disabilities. DCS has established a sound record for meeting deadlines and working within teams.

DCS Director and principal consultant, Becky Llewellyn, BA (Hons) Dip Ed, has worked professionally in this field for over nine years and is a founding member of the Association of Consultants in Access, Australia Inc. (ACAA)

DCS formed in 1998 by Richard and Becky Llewellyn. Following Richard's death in 2004, Becky has continued the work towards making South Australia and Adelaide even more accessible so that people with disabilities can embrace opportunities of their choice.

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Graham F Smith Peace Trust Inc

The Peace Trust is a grassroots not-for-profit organisation that relies solely on the support of individuals and business’ through memberships and fundraising. It was established in 1989 to continue the work of Graham F Smith, who spent his life working for peace, justice, human rights and improving the world in which we live.

Higher Ground Inc

Located in Adelaide's West End at 9-15 Light Square, Adelaide.

Adelaide's user-friendly and disability-friendly arts venue boasts a caf�, exhibition and rehearsal space by day, and a venue for theatre, live music and clubs at night. Whether you want to eat, drink, muse, cohort, dance, relax, engage, or just be generally inspired, Higher Ground Inc is your destination of choice.

Higher Ground Inc is open daily from 8am for meals, coffee and delights in the Art Cafe, a contemporary art space featuring a fully licensed cafe bar with indoor and outdoor seating.

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A company of multi skilled performers specialising in visually spectacular outdoor puppetry for major events. Puppeteers share backgrounds in circus and theatre, particularly in design and performance. Diversity is a unique feature of the company with practical experience in mechanics, electronics, sculpture, theatre design and construction, pyrotechnics, circus skills and puppetry.

kneeHIGH also takes project commissions for special events and festivals. They can design new puppets and performances, or reconstruct existing puppets for specific events, parades and outdoor celebrations.

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Kura Yerlo Inc

Located on the Largs Bay Esplanade and is a leading community-managed Aboriginal organisation offering holistic services to Indigenous people of all ages within the Adelaide region. Among its many programs, Kura Yerlo runs a visual arts and crafts program called Karrarendi for 30 disabled Aboriginal participants.

No Strings Attached is Kura Yerlo's artistic partner in a performance workshop called Tracking Culture. Since 2005, No Strings Attached and KY have been collaborating to bring the stories of Karrarendi participants to the public stage in quality productions that incorporate the performers' original arts and crafts.

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Loose Canon Art Services

Creative Producer Janine Peacock

Loose Canon inhabits the place where contemporary performance and community cultural development meet - the mutual engagement of artists and cultural communities. In these threatening times it is where some of the most interesting work is being done - work that responds, provokes, questions and gives hope.

Loose Canon chooses to facilitate artists and projects that aim to:

  • conceive and implement an arts vision that is courageous, inclusive, and relevant
  • broaden theatre's reach in exploring how theatre can represent different cultures and speak with different voices
  • have an active engagement with communities and organizations
  • work across culturally and collaboratively
  • work across disciplines and forms of artistic performance
  • work across sectors
  • build new partnerships and find new funding sources.

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Northlink Day Options provides a program for people with an intellectual disability who primarily live at home with their parents or support workers. Participants attend Northlink on a 5-day week basis. The program runs for 6.5 hours per day, 48 weeks per year. Programs and activities with a developmental focus are provided for each individual.

No Strings Attached drama workshops are one of these activities. The program is community based with a strong focus on community inclusion. Currently the service operates from four community centres located at Ingle Farm, Queenstown, Salisbury North and St Agnes.

Shadia Design

A graphics house located at 207 The Parade, Norwood SA 5067.

Shadia Design is well recognised as specialists in the development of organisational graphic design, visual identities and brands. Shadia has run her own graphic design business for 22 years, winning numerous state and national awards. She works for a diverse range of clients, including government, not-for-profit, retail, professional services and education. Shadia's strength is capturing the essence of a brief/brand/product.

She has extensive experience in creating visual solutions for clients, and the ability to deliver clever, simple, striking and relevant graphic design. Her priority is client satisfaction coupled with the highest quality of design, print production and management.

Phone Shadia Design on 61 8 8332 9922.