Many people eligible for the NDIS are likely to miss out on its benefits. These groups include people who don't think they have a disability and those who don't know about the NDIS and how to apply.

Many people eligible for the NDIS are likely to miss out on its benefits. These groups include people who don't think they have a disability and those who don't know about the NDIS and how to apply.

A housing problem solved is a pleasure shared

A housing problem solved is a pleasure shared

According to the Turnbull Government, if you are 'able to get out of bed in the morning ... you are not impaired enough to warrant being paid the Disability Support Pension', says John Maycock.

The Budget papers reveal an Australian economy in much worse shape than it was under Labor. Alan Austin unpicks the data.

Australia’s most shocking statistic: Sexual abuse and domestic violence against women with disabilities

Australia’s most shocking sexual abuse statistic

The National Disability Insurance Scheme could spark a multibillion-dollar jobs boom in Victoria by helping thousands of people with disability and their carers to find work, new analysis suggests.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme could spark a multibillion-dollar jobs boom in Victoria by helping thousands of people with disability and their carers to find work, new analysis suggests.

The Abbott Government is moving to replace the board of the National Disability Insurance Scheme by placing an ad for the board's jobs in The Australian Financial Review without informing the current directors.

NDIS board learns of jobs on the line - in the newspaper

Timothy Hampson has been jailed for four years for sexually abusing an autistic woman at Yooralla.

A manager at Victoria's biggest disability services provider Yooralla has been jailed for four years after he was caught by a hidden camera preying on a .

Disability and dolls: #ToyLikeMe is a mark of progress

Share a smile Becky Barbie doll was discontinued because she couldn't get into the Barbie dream home! Thoughts on how this parallels real life in the article.

Major toy companies have started making disabled dolls after a huge push by parents through Facebook | Business Insider

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