CHESS Connect’s Joel Aitken explores how mental health conditions fit within the NDIS – and the term psychosocial disability.
In this brilliant post, author, public speaker and advocate Jeanette Purkis talks about the importance of understanding and respecting diversity beyond our own experiences.
Assisted Outing’s Winnie Wong talks about the many benefits of community access and how it has far-reaching effects.
Today’s contributor handles her disabilities – autism, anxiety, and depression – in varying ways when it comes to work. She wants to share them with you, in the hope that you might take them and adapt them to what suits you.
Road to Recovery’s Holly explains why hydrotherapy might be the perfect form of exercise for you – and how it actually works. Who’s up for a swim?
TaxiBus Melbourne’s Ali Warsame explores the taxi industry and offers seven pointers to help you when accessing wheelchair accessible vehicles.
Ali returns to reveal her top eight tips to ensure that your website is fully accessible for everyone.
Are you accidentally discriminating with your website? Copywriter Ali Strachan joins us for a special two-part series, exploring how you can make your content accessible to the wider community!
With our ‘1000 Ways to Get 1000 Reviews’ campaign nearly over, Chris explores why reviewing really matters – and debuts our new video!
Lisa Osborne has worked in the field of intellectual and developmental disability for over twenty years and is a registered supervisor of Provisional Psychologists with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Lisa holds full membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and is a committee member of the group ‘Psychologists in Developmental Disability’ (PsychDD). She’s part of…