Who is Livewire For?

Livewire has three registration options: for young people, parents and not-for-profit organisations.

Learn more about the livewire eligibility criteria!

  1. Members
    The livewire member community is a safe online environment for young people aged between 10 and 20 years, living with a serious illness, chronic health condition or disability - and their siblings.
    It’s a place for them to meet new friends, share experiences, creatively express themselves and know that they are not alone in their situation.
  2. Parents
    Parents or carers of young people living with a chronic health condition, serious illness and disability are able to connect with other parents or carers in similar circumstances, within livewire.org.au groups.
    Parents are able to establish or join a group specific to their child’s condition.
  3. Not-For-Profits
    Livewire works with not-for-profits, both in Australia and New Zealand, enabling organisations to set up their own livewire group.
    This provides a safe online platform for organisations to connect with young people that utilise their services, providing them with event updates, resource information and support relevant to their condition.