‘Our Way Planning’ Book

June Riemer and Paul Calcott from FPDN share the story of FPDN’s Our Way Planning book and its cultural significance.

What Keeps Me Strong

Filmed in Tennant Creek, NT ‘What Keeps Me Strong’ highlights the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership in the disability sector and respectful engagement with Aboriginal communities as the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rolls out in Australia.

Horse Tales

Discover the wonderful horse riding program at Kelly’s Ranch in Tennant Creek for young people with disability. This film was made by Broken Hill Films, filmed in Tennant Creek, NT. We thank the participants and the community for their contribution.

Living My Way

‘Living My Way’ shares real stories from the FPDN community to increase understanding and awareness of disability in Aboriginal communities in NSW.

Getting Prepared

This film shares the stories of our people with disability and their families. It talks about identity, culture and stories. The film was produced to highlight the opportunities to get prepared for the changing disability sector in a culturally and disability accessible way.

Deadly Deaf Mob Conference 2015

The Deadly Deaf Mob Conference: ‘Our rights, Our stories, Our business’ was organised by Deaf Aboriginal people for Deaf and hard-of-hearing Aboriginal people and held in Penrith, Sydney from 29 September to 1 October 2015. FPDN supported the conference as parts of its NSW work and created this film for the conference.

FPDN Ten-Point Plan 2013

FPDN launched a ten-point plan for the introduction of the NDIS in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. A short film was made for the launch for our ten-point plan at Parliament House, Canberra. The plan is just as relevant today as it was then. The film features many past and present Board members of FPDN.