on our quest to:
Inspire, Educate, Change, Unite


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Practical Support, Guidance and Advocacy

  Assistance with COVID 19, NDIS and any other advocacy needs.

 These sessions are tailored to YOU

Totally confused and frustrated by COVID 19, NDIS or feel you are not being heard?
We completely understand your frustration and can help you get the best out of your life! We speak your language and are passionate unpaid carers, so understand the journey and can help you be HEARD!!!

New Investment structure
Customised Support and Advocacy Service

Hourly Rate /


No Charge

Assistance with having supports during isolation

$        98.00

Assistance with managing isolation

$        98.00

Self-Management training and assistance

$        98.00

Assistance with finding supports and services

$        98.00

Zoom and other app or technical device training

$        98.00

* Advocacy  (see below)

(ie: with schools, employment, providers and NDIS )

$        98.00

WHERE: Phone Meetings or Zoom (Video Meeting)                                         Minimum 1 hour charge



Contact iDareU on: 0468 854 186

Or email:

Sessions usually go for between 1-3 hours

* If your advocacy issues are too complex, we will refer you to an advocate in that specialist area.


iDareU has a dream of creating a world where carers and people with a disability don’t have to work so hard to belong, by making EVERYONE Aware

Giving the Resources to Services Providers, Communities, Carers and Client,

Empowering the carers and people with a disability, so we can all work and co-exist in Unity

Our Mission: is to Empower People through Social Change and achieve:

Our Vision: Natural inclusion in the greater community for people with disabilities and their carers by 2021.

Our Objectives: are to: deliver workshops, festivals & events, to achieve:

Our Goal: Create effective connections between Service Providers, Businesses and Families with Disabilities


iDareU are now offering membership plans for individuals and organisations. Join us and make a difference.


A collection of video and audio of iDareU founder, Sue Dymond, in the media.


What People are Saying

  • Don’t go to the NDIS without iDareU - The no. 1 important weapon that you need to have for your NDIS journey is Sue Dymond and her fabulous team at iDareU From my first contact with Sue I knew in no uncertain terms that this woman knows her stuff. Sue is such a strong advocate with an incredible knowledge of the NDIS and the disability sector. I wasn’t ...
  • My Experience with Sue and iDareU - My experience with Sue and idareu has started a life-changing shift for my sister! After 2 years of losing the battle of understanding, navigating and really getting anything out of the NDIS, Sue was able to turn this around for us immensely! I've described her to my Mum as some sort of 'Angel on Earth' for our family and one ...
  • Amazing Support - The support Sue provided me to help navigate the NDIS application process was amazing.  I wouldn’t have known where to start on my own, and she is a brilliant advocate both before, during and after the planning meeting.  She is passionate about helping us make the most of the funding and services available, and without her help I would have ...
  • Sue’s our superhero - We have been connected with sue and IdareU for a few years now and we would honestly be lost without the strength and empowerment and knowledge she instills in me every time we talk. Sue has empowered and encouraged our family through the disability world equipping me with tools too navigate the new and constantly changing NDIS! Sue has been ...
  • NDIS Planning Meeting Support - Today started out as nerve wracking, as I counted down the hours that I was to front up to the NDIS office for my Daughter's second NDIS Planning meeting.
  • It has been very reassuring to have somebody like this to support me - I am the mother of an adult daughter with Down syndrome and have just completed my first year as a self-managed NDIS participant.