Community Bridging Services http://www.communitybridgingservices.org.au/
CBS is a Not-for-Profit organisation with the goal of helping clients achieve success by working with them to plan their futures, achieve their personal goals, and improve their quality of life in areas of employment, personal support, and further education.
Disability Works Australia http://www.dwa.org.au/index.htm
Disability Works Australia was established to facilitate the provisions of employment for people with a disability by providing employers with access to a single, effective contact point for recruiting people with disabilities.
Julia Farr Association http://www.juliafarr.org.au/
GuideDogs SA/NT https://www.guidedogs.org.au
GuideDogs SA/NT aims to use their expertise with dogs and in sensory service provision to enhance the quality of life of people living with a disability.
JFA Purple Orange http://www.purpleorange.org.au/
JFA Purple Orange works to assist people living with a disability to get a fair go. The Julia Farr Housing Association provides accessible, and affordable rental homes in metropolitan and regional South Australia.
Life Without Barriers http://www.lwb.org.au/
Life Without Barriers provides family support, out of home care, disability services, home and community care for older Australians, support to refugees and asylum seekers.
Lighthouse Disability http://www.lighthousedisability.org.au/
Lighthouse Disability provides assistance with living arrangements, supports for carers and families, emergency assistance, and tailored support packages.
Northern Carers Network http://www.ncnw.org.au/
Northern Carers Network aims to provide carer support and respite to enhance the lives of carers through improving their health and wellbeing.
Novita Children’s Services http://www.novita.org.au/
Novita provides child development, rehabilitation and disability services to children with a disability as well as support for families and carers.
Riding for the Disabled South Australia http://www.rdasa.org.au/
RDA SA provides horse riding and associated activities as therapy, sport and active recreation for people with disabilities.
SCOSA provides services and support for people with a disability through individual choice, community inclusion, and meaningful participation.
Enhanced Lifestyles http://enhancedlifestyles.com.au/
Enhanced Lifestyles enables people with a disability to be independent through member driven delivery of services.
Carers that Care http://www.carersthatcare.net.au/
Carers that Care are an agency of trained and caring support workers, aiming to provide in-home care for people in the community.
Asperlutely Autsome http://www.asperlutelyautsome.org/
Asperlutely Autsome organises social events and weekends away for the whole family with members of any age on the Autism Spectrum.
Brain Injury South Australia http://braininjurysa.org.au/
Brain Injury SA engages people with an acquired brain injury and their families with service providers, ABI specialists, and people and agencies that are interested in the impact of ABI in South Australia.
Communication Rights Australia http://www.caus.com.au/www/home/
Communication Rights Australia is an advocacy and information service for people with little or no speech.
Deaf & hard of hearing
Deaf Can Do http://www.deafcando.com.au/
Deaf Can Do, The Royal South Australian Deaf Society, delivers vital services and support to Deaf and Hard of Hearing South Australians.
Down Syndrome SA http://www.downssa.asn.au/
Down Syndome SA support people with Down Syndrome, their families, and carers by offering services such as early intervention and family support.
The Epilepsy Centre http://www.epilepsycentre.org.au/
The Epilepsy Centre provides services to people living with epilepsy, and improves community awareness and attitudes in South Australia towards Epilepsy.
Australian Huntington ’s Disease Association (SA&NT) http://www.huntingtonssa.org/
The Huntington’s Association was established to support, advocate and educate people to better understand and Huntington’s Disease.
Minda offers support in the areas of accommodation, supported employment, lifestyle services, and respite for people with an intellectual disability.
Muscular Dystrophy South Australia http://mdasa.org.au/
Muscular Dystrophy South Australia supports people living with a neuromuscular condition to have as full and active life as possible, and promotes awareness about Muscular Dystrophy, as well as fundraising for prevention and research.
Royal Society for the Blind http://www.rsb.org.au/
The Royal Society for the Blind provides services to Australians who have a severe vision impairment.