Clickability and linkAssist link up

As the NDIS rolls out, it is becoming more important than ever for people with disability, their carers and families to be able to connect with their peers and community and to be able to research services and service providers.

Readers of our news will know that in April linkAssist, our online community noticeboard, was launched state-wide and continues to grow. Many people and organisations within the disability community realise that services like linkAssist will become increasingly valuable. Similarly, we would like to introduce our clients to another website, Clickability.

Clickability is a disability service directory where people can rate and review a service they use. It’s like Trip Advisor—but for disability services.

Clickability is a platform where consumers can hear from their peers and gain insights into the supports a service provider offers. Clickability is a grass-roots organization that is helping put the control back in the hands of people with disability. It was started by two passionate social workers who saw there was a lack of consumer focused information that help people make informed choices about their supports.

What you can do on the Clickability website:

  • Search for services: search by category, key word or region. You can also see our latest reviews and the highest rated services on our homepage.
  • Review a service: Reviewing with Clickability is free and anonymous. Clickability prides itself on being a credible source of information about services, that’s why Clickability checks all the reviews and assists people to write them if they need. If you’d like to write a review and need support to do so, contact their team at
  • Blog: Clickability also has a great blog! Each week they feature a new article related to disability –covering topics like sport, living in supported accommodation with a partner, NDIS planning, and more. Clickability encourages anyone to write for their website and can offer support to do so.

On the Clickability website, you’ll find a number of listings of lifeAssist services including Disability supports, Carer Wellbeing, Pathways for Carers and, of course, linkAssist.

Search, review and blog:

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