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COVID-19 Latest Update

Posted on 23rd Mar 2020

Following our latest update, TAD Australia has made further changes to the way we operate due to COVID-19. This situation is constantly evolving and we will continue to update our activities to respond to the Federal Government and Chief Medical Officer’s advice to ensure the safety of our clients, volunteers and staff. To find out […]

COVID-19 Update – 19th March 2020

Posted on 19th Mar 2020

TAD Australia’s priority is to continue to serve the community of people living with a disability whilst maintaining a safe and healthy working environment for all our clients, staff and volunteers. We will continue to follow the updated advice provided by the Government Chief Medical Officer and Prime Minister. Assessment Days As TAD Australia’s assessments […]

Saaya Touching Lives & ATSA donation

Posted on 31st Jan 2020

Last year in November, TAD – Freedom Wheels were thrilled to be a beneficiary of a spectacular Bollywood Musical Event, hosted by Saaya Touching Lives Inc & Australian Telangana State Association (ATSA). From this wonderful event, Saaya Touching Lives and ATSA raised a fantastic $7,500 to help people living with a disability live more independent […]

Locally-based Occupational Therapists in the Hunter!

Posted on 17th Dec 2019

We are so pleased to share with you the latest news that we will be launching next year. Due to a high demand from the local community in the Hunter Region wanting to ride a bike, TAD’s Freedom Wheels will now have local Occupational Therapists who will be undertaking Freedom Wheels assessments. These assessments will […]

Partnership Announcement: Bathurst to Bathurst Cycling Classic

Posted on 13th Nov 2019

Freedom Wheels is proud to be an official charity partner of the Bathurst to Bathurst Cycling Classic. More than 3,000 riders will cycle the new Mark Renshaw designed B2B courses in March 2020. This iconic event is a multi-faceted three-day showcase of cycling which incorporates the UCI sanctioned B2B Gran Fondo, a hill climb on […]

50 Kids Cycling for Freedom!

Posted on 13th Nov 2019

The Lions District of 201N2 which is made up of 65 Lions Clubs and 6 Lioness Clubs which stretch across the south east of NSW has made 50 kids dreams come true over the last 9 years. The clubs continued support of Freedom Wheels has meant kids living with a disability have been able to […]

Liana’s Bike

Posted on 29th Oct 2019

Liana is an adventurous and active nine-year-old, who loves being outdoors enjoying nature. “She is loving, beautiful and such a happy child,” said mum, Amanda. Liana is living with Nonverbal Autism which means Liana is not able to speak. Due to her condition, she has difficult with balancing and coordination which made riding bikes difficult […]

Michael’s Bike

Posted on 14th Aug 2019

Michael is a bright 9-year-old who is social and outgoing, always wanting to play with everyone. He is so active, his mother, Michelle is always trying to keep up with his but as she said, “he likes to go fast”. Michael had been involved in a lot of sports but always had an interest in […]

Sign up for Spring Cycle 2019

Posted on 19th Jun 2019

Freedom Wheels are delighted to announce that we are the official charity partner for Spring Cycle on Sunday, 13th October. Register for the event or sign up to fundraise today and help children living with a disability, like Lila, achieve their dream of cycling and more. Click to Register Click to Fundraise Lila is a […]

Riding with Freedom!

Posted on 13th Jun 2019

Last month, we caught up with Mitchel and his mum, Sarah, a long-time client of TAD. They shared their experiences working with TAD and the many adventures they have been able to conquer as a family with the help of Mitchel’s custom equipment. Mitchel is living with Cerebral Palsy which affects his ability to walk or […]

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