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Young man on phone using AT to hold device up to his face

In the past, most adaptive clothing brands or suppliers focused solely on older people, keeping styles and designs very generic and simple with limited variety. Nowadays, there is a push to provide more accessible options online and more modern, young designs. We have had a look at some different options in the Adaptive Clothing scene in Australia and have done the research for you on what is what. 

Using animals as companions is a concept that has been around for quite some time. Did you know they are especially helpful for people with disabilities too? Not only can you call them a friend, but they can make your daily routine and life a lot easier! Read on to find out all the reasons why animals truly are the best at lending a helping paw.

vaccine bottle and syringe with covid spore

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has today released the draft Commissioners’ Report of Public hearing 12: The experiences of people with disability, in the context of the Australian Government’s approach to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

A booklet cover in aqua has a senior man and young child together. The words "The Dementia Guide".

The Dementia Guide is an important resource for any person impacted by any form of dementia, of any age. The Dementia Guide can help anyone learn about dementia and the treatments, support and services available.

A seismograph registers an earthquake. A needle draws a shaky line on a piece of paper.

I can tell you having lived in Japan, I've had my share of earthquakes. Because they are not frequent in Australia, many Australians' are unsure of what to do. If you haven't experienced an earthquake before, it can be scary and confusing. In this article, we explain what you should and shouldn't do, and where to go for help.

It is always a great idea to nurture your creative side. Sometimes that is easier said then done, and it helps to have some arts and crafts activities up your sleeve- for a rainy day! Read on to discover some awesome, fun and low cost DIY arts and crafts activities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities.

young Indigenous boy looking sad
field of yellow flowers behind fence under a blue sky.

The weather is getting warmer, the bees are out and the magpies are swooping. It seems it is the time to brighten up our gardens with a pop of colour or two. Below we dive right into what flowers to plant in your new-look spring garden to breathe a little life back into it after a cold winter. 

Two chia puddings, one with mango smoothie and mint, the other with berry smoothie and blueberry.

When breakfast can be a dessert, that has to be a great recipe, right? Make this the night before for a ready-made breakfast. If you need breakfast on the go, store it in a spill-proof jar and bring a spoon.

A pink and green image with a central point and blurring outward from the point. Concept photo of a migraine.

Migraine and Headache Awareness week is 19-23rd September 2022. Read on to find out about online sessions during the week. We also cover general information and apps and diaries to help track migraines and headaches.