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Disability articles that are not only current issues and can be read and enjoyed in to the future.

Understanding the NDIS: will parents of newly diagnosed children with disability...

Under the NDIS informal support to find out about early intervention will not be a funded service. In fact, it will no longer exist.

19 Things People Living With Type 2 Diabetes Want You To...

Learn some essential life details of Diabetes Type 2.

Blind and Vision-impaired Australians over 65 Need a Fair Go Too!...

Learn about how disabled people over the age of 65 are treated under the My Aged Care system compared to the better NDIS.

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!

How To Access Air Travel: 3 Top Tips For Making Your...

3 quick tips on how to make your next air travel less stressful and more accessible.

Disability Inclusion in education: Schools For All Guide

A comprehensive guide to disability integration in mainstream schools and education - developed by parents of children with disabilities.

Sex and disability: a hot topic

Disabled people can have "normal" sexual and romantic relationships but the media often portrays people with disabilities as a novelty and not capable of normal relationships.

A brief history of the Paralympic Games: from post-WWII rehabilitation to...

A detailed history of how the Paralympic Games was created and has evolved until the present day.

Get expert help from an experienced NDIS service provider

Get expert advice, questions answered and discussion about the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) from The Benevolent Society - an experienced and large NDIS service provider - in the safe, tolerant and respectful My Disability Matters Community. NDIS users group also available.

Being transgender is not a mental illness, and the WHO should...

The WHO planning to acknowledge that being transgender is not a mental illness, based on the latest psychiatric research and classifications.