About GSA.

What would your organisation achieve if it welcomed every ability?

What would your organisation achieve if it welcomed every ability? Allow everyone to be at their best, and there’s a butterfly effect. Boosted creativity and diversity of thought, for example. Organisations focused on disability engagement grow their sales 2.9x faster and profits 4.1x faster than the competition too (Accenture, 2020). 

As our founder Dylan Alcott knows, life isn’t always accessible and inclusive for a person with disability. As a three-time Paralympic gold medallist and multiple tennis grand slam champion, he also knows how much is possible given the opportunity. 

Get Skilled Access’s purpose is to create a new generation of disability inclusion that is equitable for all. 


“I would be wasting my life if I won 20 grand slams and that’s all I did. I love the ability to help people. I don’t get out of bed every day to play to win a tennis tournament… it provides me with a platform to do what I really want. To continue to change the perceptions around disability.” – 

Dylan Alcott OAM

At the core:
Our values

Positive and Passionate

We bring people on the journey

We celebrate people and projects

We have challenging conversations

We focus on soltutions


Constantly curious to innovate

We work smart and make an impact

We seek to understand

We leverage learning opportunities

We challenge norms


Disability at the forefront of decision making

We call in, not out

We drive positive outcomes for people with disability

We use lived experience to drive decision making

We ensure people with disability are leading, guiding and making decisions


Work hard whilst having fun

We embrace a range of working styles

We build positive connections

We maintain a light-hearted and respectful approach to our work

We look out for each other


Real life disability experience, delivered by real-life people with disability.

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