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Who we are

The Enabled Youth Disability Network (EYDN) is a youth policy and initiatives committee run by young people living with disability for young people living with disability, in South Australia. 

Our events and programs provide genuine opportunities for capacity building, advocacy and connection.

EYDN is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

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What we do


EYDN run peer group meetings on the first Tuesday of each month in Unley, SA for members to connect with each other, share information, and get involved in their local community.  

Meetings are free and open to young people with disability aged 18-35 and are facilitated by Peer Connectors who are strong leaders in the youth disability community.

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How We Operate

We are committed to listening and learning from people who live with disability, which is why all of our programming and events are co-designed and run by our young members. 

This allows our members to:

  • have better access to information they need and care about
  • build deeper connections with supportive peers
  • take action on issues they care about, in support of access, choice and inclusion, and
  • hold leadership and valued roles in their communities

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What's happening at EYDN

Put the ME in Merry Christmas

December 6, 2021

How can you make Christmas fun, while still looking after your wellbeing? EYDN’s new article, ‘Put the ME in Merry Christmas’ offers six tips for self care during this busy but wonderful time!

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Student Diversity Advisory Council Launch

September 22, 2021

Inclusive education is an important issue to EYDN, so when the Minister for Education announced funding for our Student Diversity Advisory Council (SDAC) earlier this year, we were very excited! 

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