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The Campbelltown City Council is putting their support behind disabled youth, by holding a forum for Post School Options for Young People with a Disability this month. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.
A dedicated workshop will begin today as part of a music project for people with disabilities in the City of Port Adelaide. NATARSHA KALLIOS reports.
Students from the University of South Australia are gaining international experience in Cambodia by working with people with disabilities. SHARI REID explains how the program, now in its second year, is allowing students to challenge themselves while helping those in need.
Despite numerous awareness campaigns in the past few years, the message that guide dogs do have legal rights to enter supermarkets and restaurants is still occasionally not being followed, writes DIONE HODGSON.
Prime Minister Julia Gullard’s announcement to fund a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) coincided with rallies held across the nation, organised by disability group Every Australian Counts. GEORGETTE MARCH went along to the Adelaide rally to see speakers and talk to the crowds.
The ‘Every Australian Counts’ rally is one of six that will be held across the country to support the need for an immediate reform in the disability sector. On April 30, hundreds of South Australians will gather at Hindmarsh Square to show their support for the proposed National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), writes KATE SOMERS.
Full body scanners at airports may well be ensuring safety on airlines, but do they reveal too much? BEN SHEFFIELD discovers that the invasion of privacy these scanners provide effects some more than others…
An educational film ‘What Are You Doing?’ has been released to raise autism awareness. DAVID BALFOUR spoke to people whose lives are affected by autism, asking what they hope this film will demonstrate to the world…