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Australia to host 2018 International Wheelchair Rugby World Championships

It might be two years away but this this international sporting event is already stirring up excitement. For the first time, Australia will host this gathering of elite sportsman at Sydney Olympic Park when 12 teams, including reigning Paralympic and world champions, the Australian Steelers will defend their world title on home soil. Disability Sports […]

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New, tactile street signs for Sydney

City of Sydney Council is rolling out a comprehensive network of tactile street signs. The new installations are designed to help people who are blind or have low vision to navigate the city. Described by Lord Mayor Clover Moore as the “world’s largest tactile network” these will be installed at every signalised pedestrian crossing in […]

SCIA, Disability Loop add NDIS workshops to their calendars

Due to popular demand it’s round two for NDIS sessions from Spinal Cord Injuries Australia in NSW. And in Queensland, Disability Loop have organised two workshops. The SCIA pre-planning sessions have been designed to help those with spinal cord injury entering the National Disability Insurance Scheme get the best packages for their needs. For people […]

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Stroke is an older person’s disease. Think again.

The impact of stroke on young people is the focus for Brain Injury Awareness Week, August 15-21. With this theme in mind a series of awareness-raising events and activities are being held including an interactive discussion ‘Talking Young Stroke’. Organised by Brain Injury Australia and the National Stroke Foundation it will highlight how to improve outcomes […]