Disability Advocate Dylan Alcott is a Game-Changer
Dylan Alcott: ‘I love having a disability and I want more people to feel like that’
The Weekly Review, April 30
Dylan Alcott is a game-changer in every sense of the term.
Ten years ago, at just 17, he became the youngest ever wheelchair basketball Paralympic gold medallist, which also earned him a Medal of the Order of Australia. Since then, he’s also found major success as a tennis player, been a TEDx speaker, a Triple J radio presenter, and was recently an ANZ tennis ambassador who featured in television ads around the country. Alcott’s latest venture is the Dylan Alcott Foundation – a charity he founded last year to help Australians with disability fulfil their potential.