I am a person with intellectual disability
My Lived iD is a resource for people like you.
I am a carer or parent
I am a healthcare professional
People with intellectual disability experience barriers to accessing safe and quality care. New national standards called the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) have been released to support the right of people with intellectual disability to equitable healthcare. NSQHS Standards.
Mental health services
Welcome to My Lived iD
My Lived iD is a resource for people with intellectual disability and their families, carers and health care professionals.
You can use the main menu above to find all the pages on this website, or use the quicklinks below to go directly to the desired area.
If you are not sure where to look, you can use the search box at the top of the page. Type in what you are looking for and choose from the links that appear.
Health & Wellbeing
You can stay healthy by:
- Eating well
- Staying active
- Sleeping well
- Staying connected to your family and friends
- Managing your mental health
- Visting the doctor for check-ups.
The Disability Gateway video and information tells you about your health and where you can get support.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander information and support
The First Peoples Disability Network has information and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with intellectual disability and their families and communities.
Stories from people with
A collection of short videos from people with lived experience of disability.
Contact us anytime
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