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

Innovation in aged care: alternative options give older Australians autonomy and...

Discussion of some great options being used by aged care recipients to help them live in the community and stay at home.

[Research] Behavioural activation as effective as cognitive behavioural therapy for depression

BA encourages people to focus on meaningful activities driven by their own personal values as a way of overcoming depression.

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.

Longing for love, sex, marriage and make-up: Narratives of sexuality from...

Ranging from a moral ban on watching pornography, masturbating to wearing make-up, physically disabled people are either considered to be sexually hyperactive or asexual beings.

Five common myths about accessible websites

How to solve accessibility issues for websites and debunking common myths about website accessibility.

How neoliberalism is damaging your mental health

There is a widespread perception that mental ill health is on the rise in the West, in tandem with a prolonged decline in collective well-being. Has Neo-Liberalism caused this?

This is what I want you to know (and didn’t say...

An indepth story of one person's experience of living with MS and how it impacts on her life. This is the full unedited version.

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.

[Infographic] Taking children with cerebral palsy on flights

Advice on how to plan ahead when a child with cerebral palsy needs to fly.

Three ways employers get well-being at work wrong

Employers are often getting well-being at work wrong by focusing on physical health rather than mental and emotional health and well-being.