What is disability and what does it mean to me, my family, my mob?
Are there supports out there and how do I use them?
Across a showcase of five short films, My Everyday Life explores the stories of Aboriginal community members with disability who are receiving support from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
The films delve into the everyday lives of Leanne, Jane, Greg, Kane, Janine and Noah, who share how their supports are helping them to connect with family, friends, community and culture in a way that is meaningful to them.
Stories are told across the following films:
- At Home
- Going to the Shops
- Art is Culture
- Going to the Footy
My Everyday Life was made in Melbourne, for the community, by the community.
Watch the trailer for My Everyday Life below.
Watch the films
Watch the My Everyday Life series below.
Going to the Shops
Art is Culture
Going to the Footy
My Everyday Life sets out to share the real life and everyday stories of Aboriginal community members with disability.
The films seek to educate and encourage individuals with disability to pursue the supports that will work best for them in their everyday life.
A project initiative of Balit Narrum, My Everyday Life was written and led by the Brotherhood of St. Laurence NDIS and produced by Knierim Productions.
If your organisation or community group would like to receive a copy of the film, register your interest here.
For general enquiries about My Everyday Life, contact firstname.lastname@example.org