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What is Frame Running?

Posted on 9th Nov 2022

Learn about Frame Running What is Frame Running? Frame Running, commonly known also as Race Running, is a recreational sport designed for people with a physical disability and/or balance challenges, who are not able to functionally run, regardless of age. Frame Running is a liberating sport and running frames are frequently used by children and adults with […]

Santa is coming!

Posted on 11th Sep 2020

Christmas is near and you know what that means? Santa is coming! Would you or your clients like to receive a customised Freedom Wheels bike in time for Christmas? Well TAD is excited to let you know we can guarantee the delivery of all Freedom Wheels bikes before Christmas if you order before 30th November*. […]

Locally Based Therapists in Port Macquarie

Posted on 11th Sep 2020

Due to a high demand from the local community in the Port Macquarie-Hastings region, TAD’s Freedom Wheels will now be providing local Therapists who will be undertaking Freedom Wheels assessments. Click to view assessments dates! We’ve been overwhelmed with the interest in the area so we are so excited to announce our partnership with physiotherapist, […]

Ready, Set, Move has launched!

Posted on 9th Sep 2020

Ready, Set, Move is a physical challenge where you choose your own distance and help kids living with a disability to cycle for the first time. Decide whether you want to walk, run, wheel or cycle and choose a target you find challenging to complete in November. Wherever you live, whatever your fitness level, you can decide […]

Business of the Month – NSURE

Posted on 12th Aug 2020

This month, we would like to introduce NSURE as our Business of the Month. With NSURE’s generosity and kindness, they have helped a young child receive their own bike to ride. Message from team at NSURE: “It’s always nice to be able to provide a helping hand to people, and even more so when it […]

COVID-19 – NSW Update

Posted on 14th May 2020

On behalf of TAD, we hope everyone is doing well, especially during these changing times. We are excited that in line with the NSW Government’s recommendations from Monday 18th May, we can return to providing free Freedom Wheels assessments at our Northmead and Newcastle locations for people wanting to ride their very own custom bike. […]

Business of the Month – BNI

Posted on 21st Apr 2020

This month, we would like to introduce Rebecca Raad from BNI as our Business of the Month. With Rebecca’s and the BNI’s generosity and kindness, they will now be helping a young child receive a custom bike to ride. “We collected donations at our annual BNI Awards Night to go towards Freedom Wheels by TAD. TAD […]

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 […]

Business of the Month – Refresh Renovations

Posted on 12th Mar 2020

Introducing Business of  the month: to show recognition to some of our supporters who have contributed or helped us provide custom bikes to children and adults with a disability. This month we would like to introduce Hashim Nasser from Refresh Renovations Australia as our business of the month. As an organisation, we want to show recognition to our […]

TAD acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging.