Vision-impaired Forced Online

How vision impaired students are coping with online learning during COVID-19. Social distancing under COVID-19 has become an inconvenience for most Australians, but for ...Nothing found

Bacterial link in coeliac disease

Bacterial exposure has been identified as a potential environmental risk factor in developing coeliac disease, a hereditary autoimmune-like condition that affects about one in 70 ...Nothing found

All-ability Playground at Singleton’s Rose Point Park

Rose Point Park all-abilities playground completed. The vision for Rose Point Park as an all-inclusive playtime wonderland for children of all ages was realised ...Nothing found

Aspect Hunter School now in Muswellbrook

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) will open a new ‘satellite’ class in 2020 for the Upper Hunter region. A ‘satellite’ class is an autism-specific class ...Nothing found

Amphibious Wheelchair at Belmont Baths

An amphibious wheelchair gives people with disability access to open water. Carers assist Tracey Blair as she enters Belmont Baths in the Mobi-chair ...Nothing found

Nobbys Now Disability Friendly

For Joseph Popov, a visit to the beach is far from simple. As someone who lives with disability, apart from reaching the beach, ...Nothing found

Veteran Mental Health Support

Dear Editor Later this month, National PTSD Awareness Day will encourage us all to recognise the effects post-traumatic stress can have on some Australians. ...Nothing found

Singleton’s Rose Point Park Playground Update

New playground celebrates all abilities to ramp up fun in Singleton. Playtime has been elevated to a new level with the official ...Nothing found

Get a Mouse on that iPad

Inclusive Technology Introduces AMAneo BTi, the World's First Mouse Adapter for iPad or iPhone. Throsby has two iPads and for portability he ...Nothing found

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