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08 Aug 2012
Minister for the Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith recently announced the Walk in the Park Program, which aims to reduce the barriers to visitors to parks who are blind or vision impaired. The pilot program is the result of a partnership between Blind Sports Victoria and Parks Victoria, and a first for Australian parks.
08 Aug 2012
With the shift to increased use of the web for a range of services and information, organisations have a legal obligation under the Australian Disability Discrimination Act 1992 to ensure web content is fully accessible.
08 Aug 2012
People with disability now have access to important information about air travel to help them have a smoother and more pleasurable flight experience.
08 Aug 2012
A Northcott study is exploring the transition experiences of adults with a disability (aged 40 - 65 years) who are living in New South Wales.
08 Aug 2012
Worldwide, 285 million people are visually impaired...
08 Aug 2012
Following on from the success of their May 2011 performance of The Window and the December 2011 showing of Café La Vida for International Day of People with a Disability, the group present their new play Demolished.
08 Aug 2012
Awards are an integral part of Australia Day. They recognise and honour the outstanding achievement of Australian. Awards celebrate Australian excellence in our community.
08 Aug 2012
Malek Chamoun, a 23 year old athlete from Summer Hill, is hoping to represent Australia in the 85 kg class Weightlifting at the 2012 Olympics despite having a limited amount of vision.
08 Aug 2012
The Queen's Birthday 2012 Honours List was announced on Monday 11 June 2012 by the Governor-General.
08 Aug 2012
NSW Minister for Disability Services Andrew Constance has announced that the achievements and experiences of 15 ambassadors will help drive the State Government's Don't DIS My ABILITY campaign.