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Meet the inclusive dance group proving disability is no limit

21 March 2018

DanceSyndrome is a Lancashire-based dance group that specialises in working with dancers who have learning and developmental disabilities

Grants to help people with disability

14 March 2018

Disability support organisations across the State have received grants from the State Government.

Physical Communication is Universal

12 March 2018

In this TEDx Talk, performance artist and choreographer, Andy Dexterity fused dance, physical theatre, and sign language. He 'signdanced' to Queen’s iconic song, Bohemian Rhapsody, on stage to show how the deaf and hearing can connect through music.

Women with intellectual disabilities inspiring others to find work

09 March 2018

Alanna Julian and Ella Darling didn't let their intellectual disability get in the way of finding work. Now they're inspiring others with intellectual disability to join the workforce.

Include Us

08 March 2018

Women and girls with disabilities often experience multiple layers of discrimination. As it's International Women's Day, we want to ensure that all the women and girls with disabilities worldwide are included in the conversation.

Young boy who cares for his disabled mum chosen to turn the lights on for Enlighten Festival

02 March 2018

A young carer who runs the household for his ill mother has been chosen to turn on the lights for Canberra's Enlighten Festival.

Disability group rolls out new beach access mats

02 March 2018

Fraser Coast Regional Council has gifted disability group Community Lifestyles Agency a new disability access mat, so more people with disability can access beaches more frequently.

Employee-Led Mutual to Deliver NDIS Services in SA

19 February 2018

An employee-led mutual in South Australia will become the first employee-owned social welfare business to deliver services for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

NDIS screening will protect from harm: MP

15 February 2018

A national screening program for the National Disability Insurance Scheme will help protect people with disabilities from being harmed by those supposed to be looking after them, the government says.

Dylan Alcott on making disability sexy

14 February 2018

Dylan wants to be a role model for other young people with disabilities. His organisation, Get Skilled Access, consults with businesses to make them more accessible for staff and customers with disabilities.