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COVID update

The health and safety of our clients, staff, volunteers and members continues to remain our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the situation as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to escalate in South Australia and will comply with the Australian Government.

We have closed our offices to the public from today Wednesday 18th November 2020 however our aim is to continue to provide as many of the ADAI functions as possible.

As the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID 19) widens we ask that you please do not attend the ADAI offices. We are keen to maintain contact via telephone or videoconferencing and we are contactable to our community members, however this will be done through non face to face contact.

Our staff are doing everything possible to respond to all our clients and stakeholders needs. All our Services are being provided via phone, email and web chat, skype or other technology and we are happy to work with you on the best way to deliver our Advocacy and Support services to you.

Maintaining our collective health and well-being is important and we are mindful of helping people through this uncertain time. We will continue to review our work and take measures with those recommended SA Government.

Please contact us as follows:

For all ADAI Advocacy and Royal Commission services please phone (08) 8340 4450 or email

Thank you for your understanding.


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To achieve better opportunities for people with disability and their families.


To help the person living with disability to have a better life by advocating for each person and their family/carers. To enable people with disability to access their community and achieve better education, service provision and employment opportunities by advocating for the person or/and their family. To fully participate in decision making and to work together with professionals as true partners.