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Volunteers helping people with disabilities in South Australia

Technology for Ageing and Disability (SA) Inc Other Causes...

Technology for Ageing and Disability (SA) Inc has listed 2 other causes:
Our volunteers
Typical skill sets our volunteers have are metalwork, woodwork, plastics, electronics, fabrics and bicycle mechanics.

Who are TADSA?

Technology for Ageing and Disability SA (TADSA) Inc is a state-wide not-for-profit, voluntary organisation that has one major objective – to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, and the aged, by creating, modifying or repairing devices where there is no other solution readily available.

In short, TADSA exists to apply innovative technology so the lives of people with disabilities and the elderly may be significantly improved.

Through the Freedom Wheels program, TADSA also provides modified bicycles for children who, through disability, are unable ride a regular bicycle. 

To achieve these objectives, TADSA uses the skills and energy of a group of approximately 50 volunteers with a wide range of technical skills to design and construct many types of custom designed equipment for clients.

Work is co-ordinated by our volunteer Project and Freedom Wheels Co-ordinators.

How your donation will help

Our volunteers are supported by a small (2 part-time) team of staff. Volunteers are covered by insurance and are required to clear laws governing people working with people with a disability and children.

Your donation keeps our organisation running smoothly and supports our volunteers who provide a special and unique service to people in need in South Australia.

Are donations tax deductible? Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes, immediately sent to you by email when approved.

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