In Season 2 of Supported Decision-Making podcast, Advocacy for Inclusion is focusing on Staying Connected. We will find our way through these challenging times together.

Australians living with a disability and their carers are some of the most at-risk groups when it comes to Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Chief Executive at Community Living Australia, Mark Kulinski, joins Jennie Lenman on SA Today to talk about the organisation's measures in reducing the threat.

In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, this is a special edition about helping children with autism during this time of great upheaval. In this edition of ‘Autism, a parents guide’ Dr Ann Ozsivadjian is joined by special guest Dr Marianna Murin, and interviewed by freelance journalist Jo Carlowe.

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Coronacast is a podcast that helps to answer your questions about coronavirus or COVID19. It breaks down the latest news and research to help you understand how the world is living through an epidemic.

People with disability are being promised they won't have to wait as long to receive help under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
The Federal Government has announced a review of the laws and rules governing the NDIS as it works to create what's known as the NDIS Participant Service Guarantee.

Triple J's Hack with Laura Murphy-Oates talking to Tennis champion Dylan Alcott, as he kicks off his new fight to help people with disabilities get jobs. 

The series explores the complexities that parenting with a disability brings, whilst also challenging the stigmas and stereotypes.

The series explores the complexities that parenting with a disability brings, whilst also challenging the stigmas and stereotypes.

Children have the ability to speak candidly: they're funny, thoughtful and wise. These children tell us what life is really like when you have a parent with a disability.

Chanelle McKenna has cerebral palsy. When she was only eleven years old, her life changed forever when her right to parent was stolen from her.