LOGO - Ability Links
This artwork is a visual footprint of the Ability Links program across NSW. The three cultural symbols for people linked together and central to the workhave a twofold meaning:
They highlight the three main stakeholders in the program, people with disability, their families and carers and depict linkers working alongside people and communities.
The expanding circles within the peoples’ heads culturally symbolize meeting place and in this piece represents the coming together (meeting) of people across community to help achieve linker members’ personal goals. The figures sit on top of interwoven circles which represent the many tribal groups of the NSW communities across the state.
The central red circle represents the Heart of this program and its values of quality, trust, respect, understanding and cultural appropriateness, while the 27 small circles sitting within the 3 people figures symbolize the 27 Aboriginal identified Linkers within local communities across NSW.