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Language and Equality for People with Disabilities

Language and Equality for People with Disabilities

7/12/2018

The words we use in everyday conversation have the undeniable ability to either empower or oppress others. If we use positive words to describe people, we can help to foster their sense of pride, identity, and purpose. But, if we use derogatory words, like ableist slurs, we can cause the opposite effect even if we do not mean to.

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Adapted parks for children with disabilities

Adapted parks for children with disabilities

22/11/2018

Parks are the centre-point of our local communities. They’re often our go-to venues for birthday parties, get-togethers, BBQs, and sunny Saturday afternoons, so it’s important that they are inclusive to all of our family members.

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Music Therapy For People With Disabilities

Music Therapy For People With Disabilities

15/11/2018

Music has a beautiful power to move us, uplift our moods, motivate us, and connect us with our friends and family. It helps us to communicate and express our feelings, and to understand the world and people around us with a new level of depth. Songs and rhythms not only entertain and delight us; there is scientific evidence that certain beats can increase mental wellness, reduce pain, and even improve our sleep.

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Australian Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

Australian Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

30/10/2018

Going to university is a rite of passage for many Australian students. It’s a time of adventure and growth, but it can also bring with it a burden of financial worry and pressure. Even with Australia’s extensive HECS-HELP education loans scheme, uni life is expensive - especially for people with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Education itself is a costly venture. When you add ongoing healthcare and mobility equipment expenses, it can seem impossible to afford a degree or PhD.

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Animal-Assisted Therapy in Australia

Animal-Assisted Therapy in Australia

24/10/2018

Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is a psychotherapy treatment based upon building a bond with an animal through interaction and play. Due to its flexible and customizable nature, AAT is suitable for both adults and children with almost any kind of disability, mental illness, autism spectrum disorder, or chronic illness. It can also be effective in addiction recovery, and for patients who would otherwise benefit from the emotional support an animal can offer.

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