Formed in 1990, the ParaQuad Association of Tasmania is a not-for-profit organisation who strives to be the leading voice within the Tasmanian community for those people living with Spinal Cord Injuries and other physical disability. Our services include the provision of general information, referral, peer support, access information, advocacy and educational programs. ParaQuad Tasmania’s programs and activities are supported by grants and funding from the State Government, MAIB and donations from local and national businesses as well as from the Tasmanian community.¬†The Association is committed to providing people living with physical disability independence through improved choices, strong partnerships, community engagement and educational opportunities.¬†Membership is open to people with a physical disability, their families, friends and carers.

Our Vision & Mission

Our vision: what we want to achieve…

To be recognised and sought after as a trusted leading voice, advocate and provider of quality services to Tasmanians living with spinal cord injury and physical disability

Our mission: why we are here…

To assist Tasmanians with spinal cord injury and physical disability to achieve their desired quality of life by providing a trusted voice, improving choice, building partnerships to enhance services, offering information and education and engaging the community.

Policies & Procedures

Committee of Management

Len Yeats


Dave Carpenter

Vice Chairperson

Jim Busby


Bruce Clark

Committee Member

Cameron Simpkins

Committee Member

Jan Dunsby

Committee Member

Wendy Gilson

Committee Member

Carmel Clark