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Folding Mobility Scooters – A Gateway to Maintaining Independence

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Folding Mobility Scooters – A Gateway to Maintaining Independence

Limited mobility can reduce independence and mobility scooters can make performing tasks independently much easier, e.g. visiting friends, or shopping locally. There are advantages and disadvantages of a folding mobility scooter, so always take consideration of choosing the right scooter for your needs.

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Different on the Outside, same on the Inside

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Different on the Outside, same on the Inside

Social Futures is challenging stereotypes about disability in Central Coast schools. ‘Different on the Outside, Same on the Inside’ is a free program for primary school aged children aimed at breaking down misconceptions and social barriers and encouraging awareness and inclusion for people with disability.

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Indigenous women connect families across the Kimberley to NDIS

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Indigenous women connect families across the Kimberley to NDIS

In the vast, remote lands that occupy the northern most part of Western Australia, a group of Indigenous women are helping other local women to support their children through a unique NDIS program. 

The program launched early last year, helping to connect families to NDIS and community supports for young children who live with disability or developmental delay.

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'There's no way backstage'

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'There's no way backstage'

For spoken-word performer Erin Kyan, many theatres are failing at the most basic level — allowing performers to literally get on stage.

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