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Accessibility Tools

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Megan Bomgarrs, a young woman with Down Syndrome, has accomplished much, and emphatically encourages teachers (and everyone) to include and teach her how to be an independent learner and adult.

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Tim Harris has no time for limitations. The Albuquerque restaurant owner and multiple Special Olympic medalist has far too many hugs to give. Tim's Place is considered the World's Friendliest Restaurant.

Man holding a new born baby and the word transform written across the bottem

A couple's story of how their daughter's cerebral palsy changed their (and others') lives, and how their daughter blossomed.

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Thirteen teens with a disability chat in a frank discussion about their emotions, others' reactions, their preferences, friendships, relationships, the future.

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Noël Ratapu was born with a condition that results in gradually losing muscle strength and mobility. Now 15, Noël has found her voice and identity as she accepts life with a disability and documents her journey through photography.

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Alfred tells the story about how gambling affected his life, and about the services that are available to help problem gamblers regain control of their lives.

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This video series in Auslan and English focuses on sexual health, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and treatments, how to have safe sex, a sexual health check, and sexting. Viewing by age 16+, or less than 16 with parental permission.

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How to stay safe online by protecting your computer, protect your personal and financial information, and using wireless internet security.

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The MoneyMinded program of 4 videos provides education and forms about money: introduction, spending diary, needs and wants, paperwork and bills.

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Eleanor Longden describes her journey from hearing voices in her head, being diagnosed with schizophrenia and hospitalised, and now as practitioner in mental health and part of Hearing Voices.