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SAFC launches program for filmmakers with disability

13 August 2018

The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) launched an initiative to provide opportunities for filmmakers with disability.

HESTA Aged Care Awards Winners

10 August 2018

Last night, NDP Learning Hub sponsor HESTA recognised the winners of the 2018 Aged Care Awards. Congratulations to the winners!

Labor pledges to scrap NDIS staff cap amid outsourcing concerns

08 August 2018

Labor has committed to removing the arbitrary NDIS staffing cap, which limits the number of people employed by the NDIA.

Australia's first guide to disability support

23 July 2018

The DPS Guide to Disability Support, a multiplatform disability support guide offers location-specific information and is designed to inform and empower people with disability and their families.

Interactive production for people with intellectual disabilities

20 July 2018

A talented group adults who have moderate to severe intellectual disabilities will be taking part in a theatrical dance production in August.

Purpose built homes for high needs patients

20 July 2018

The Governor of Queensland Paul de Jersey AC has officially opened 18 purpose built disability apartments in Springfield's Health City.

Health workers go to extreme lengths to locate Indigenous patients who need help

09 July 2018

From door knocking to searching the local riverbed, health workers in outback north west Queensland go to extreme lengths to locate Indigenous patients to ensure they receive adequate healthcare.

Bat-like echolocation helping more blind people see through sound

09 July 2018

Echolation, a technique similar to the "flash sonar" used by bats, is gaining more popularity and helping more blind people see through sounds.

Q&A’s disability special makes clear the NDIS needs work

26 June 2018

ABC's Q&A disability special received a record number of pre-show questions and highlighted the need for improving the NDIS.

Launceston business provides opportunities for people with disability

17 June 2018

Launceston’s Nate Cripps who was born deaf opened his own pet store to fulfill his dream, and is now providing work for people with disability.