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Fun and Accessible Activities for NDIS Participants to Enjoy this April


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It’s time to start planning some fun activities that NDIS Participants can enjoy. Fortunately, there are plenty of options available that are both accessible and enjoyable. In this blog post, we’ll share 5 fun activities that NDIS participants can try this April, whether they’re looking to get outside, learn something new, or just have some fun.


1. Visit Local Park

Parks are a great option for NDIS participants to enjoy the outdoors, get some exercise, and relax. Many parks throughout Australia offer wheelchair-accessible paths, picnic areas, and playgrounds, as well as public toilets and BBQ facilities. They provide a space to connect with nature and enjoy the fresh air, with options for activities like walking, cycling, or simply taking in the scenery. Here are a few suggestions of parks that are wheelchair accessible:


2. Visit an Art Gallery or Museum

Visiting an art gallery or museum can be an enriching and inspiring experience for NDIS participants. Many galleries and museums throughout Australia offer accessible facilities and programs, including wheelchair ramps, accessible toilets, lifts, and audio guides. Some also provide specific programs and activities designed to cater to the needs of people with disabilities, such as tactile tours and Auslan-interpreted tours. Visiting museums and galleries provides an opportunity to learn about art, history, science, and culture in an engaging and interactive way, while also socialising and connecting with others who share similar interests. Checking the accessibility information on the museum or gallery’s website or contacting them directly can help ensure that any specific needs or requirements are accommodated. Here are suggested museums and galleries you may want to check out:


3. Join A Social Club

Joining a social club can be a fun and rewarding experience for NDIS participants, offering the chance to connect with others who share similar interests and hobbies. There is a wide range of social clubs available, from book clubs to photography groups, which can provide a sense of community and belonging. These clubs often organise regular meetings or events, providing an opportunity to socialise, learn new skills, and engage in shared activities. Joining a social club can be an excellent way for NDIS participants to build social connections and improve their overall wellbeing.


4. Try a New Hobby

Trying a new hobby can be an exciting and fulfilling experience for NDIS participants, providing an opportunity to explore their interests and learn new skills. There are many different hobbies to choose from, ranging from creative pursuits like painting or knitting to more hands-on activities like gardening or woodworking. Trying a new hobby can be a great way to reduce stress, improve mental wellbeing, and foster a sense of accomplishment. Whether it’s picking up a paintbrush or getting your hand dirty in the garden, trying a new hobby can be a fun and rewarding experience for NDIS participants.


5. Take a Day Trip

Taking a day trip can be a fantastic way for NDIS participants to break out of their routine, get some fresh air, and explore new places. There are many different day trip options available, from visiting nearby towns to exploring scenic locations. Day trips offer the opportunity to engage in new activities, sample local cuisine, and experience new cultures. For NDIS participants who may feel limited by their mobility, taking a day trip can provide a refreshing change of scenery and help foster a sense of adventure. Before planning a day trip, it’s a good idea to check accessibility information for the location you plan to visit to ensure that it can accommodate any specific needs or requirements. With a bit of planning, a day trip can be an enjoyable and memorable experience for NDIS participants.


To sum up, there are various ways for NDIS participants to stay active, engaged, and connected to their community. From exploring museums and galleries to trying out new hobbies or joining social clubs, there are plenty of options available for participants to explore their interests and passions. It’s important to note that accessibility information should be checked beforehand to ensure that activities and events can accommodate any specific needs or requirements.



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