MACA (Mobility and Accessibility for Children in Australia Inc) is a new Australian not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting and advocating for the right to safe and accessible transport for children (under 16 years) living with disability (and/or medical conditions).

Thu 18 Mar 2021
Hunter Disability Expo

Join us at the greatly anticipated Hunter Disability Expo on Friday 21 May and Saturday 22 May. Find out about services in the greater Hunter region. 

Join us at the Source Kids Expo on Saturday 10 April 10am - 5pm and Sunday 11 April 10am - 4pm, Darling Harbour, Sydney. Be in with a chance to win a game tester role with Lusio and a year’s access to LusioMATE (worth $1,845!)

A research team led by Professor Julian Trollor at the Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry, UNSW Sydney, aims to create a web-based intellectual disability mental health service pathway tool.

Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology are looking into parents’ experience of adulthood for their child with an Intellectual Disability.  

Researchers from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Australian Catholic University and The University of Melbourne are doing a study to find out parents’ perspectives of their child’s scoliosis surgery.

Insights from a Human Rights conference hosted by the MDAA into improving the rights, outcomes and lives of vulnerable members of our community.

ABC TV’s Play School are casting children aged 5-8 for series 2 of Nursery Rhyme News Time. 

Natasha Garrity, Research Assistant at Cerebral Palsy Research Institute reveals how the brand new Jooay app helps to connect young people living with disability with local activities.