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The cult of positivity: 9 inspirational mantras I’m very sick of...

A positive outlook for people with disabilities is helpful, even necessary, but it isn't magical and won't solve all your problems. Some solutions require society to change!

NDIS nominees and appointments of guardians

Analysis around some guardianship cases involving disabled people receiving NDIS supports - when should a guardian or nominee be appointed under the NDIS?

Disability, sex and relationships: stopping anxiety getting in the way of...

Some tips on managing anxiety when searching for a relationship as a person with disability.

Disability and employment: talking about your disability

Discussion on if, when and how much to divulge and discuss about your disability when seeking employment.

Connecting people with schizophrenia-related brain disorders to the wider community

Read about the launch of a new social networking platform for people with Schizophrenia-Related Brain Disorders to connect with each other.

The boy beneath the mask: School mascot role gives teen with...

Thanks to some innovative thinking by this school, a child with autism has a role to play and is enjoying school a lot more.

My sister is inspiring, but she’s not your ‘inspiration porn’

This person with a disability competed in the Paralympics and won a medal - is that inspirational?

Individualised disability funding in Australia and England – different design, same...

Compare and contrast the similarities and same problems being experienced in both the UK and Australia with the NDIS scheme.

“He ain’t special, he’s my brother” – Time to ditch the...

It is time we stopped describing disabled people as "special" and stopped calling their reasonable adjustment needs as "special needs" - it is offensive.

What calling women ‘crazy’ really says about femininity and mental illness

Using casual derogatory phrases about women and generalizing over their "mental health" is abusive and should not be tolerated.
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