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Given the NDIS has support across the political spectrum there is a reluctance to heavily criticise it despite a parliamentary inquiry which is revealing that the system is beset by major problems, writes WA Greens Senator Rachel Siewert.
I had spent my life avoiding blind people, and in these pages I met scores of them living life with dignity. Now I was open to anyone who would actively challenge my self-imposed limitations by encouraging me to embark on exciting adventures.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme is not living up to expectations and may even be exacerbating the inequities it was designed to solve, according to a new report.
The autonomous vehicle revolution could be especially helpful to a population that struggles with access.
A legally blind academic from The University of Queensland has thrown his full support behind a petition demanding Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull launch an immediate Royal Commission into the abuse of disabled people.
As a young woman living with Cerebral Palsy, a neurological condition affecting movement and muscle tone, it’s hard not to notice that disabled people — the world’s largest minority — could benefit from some more representation.
Diagnosing our children with autism spectrum disorder offers them the opportunity to be understood, respected and valued. But what does the label actually mean?
The spending power of disabled people can get ignored by big brands, but entrepreneurs with experience of disability are tapping into ‘the purple pound’
The NDIS desperately needs leadership that can show integrity and admit to its problems but instead what we've got is a plane with no pilot, write disability consultants Vanessa Toy and Roland Naufal.
Every child in NSW has a legal right to access and participate in education, regardless of disability or special needs. But Carly Landa said there were "definitely negative consequences" to sending her son to school.