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The invisibility of an invisible illness

Living with an invisible disability can be incredibly difficult. For Inform, Niamh Sullivan explores her experience and offers some tips that have helped her navigate her the world. Around this time two years ago I sat in the driver's seat of my car on a perfect Gold...

Batting above average

They may be looking to avenge narrow losses against South Australia and NSW at the National Cricket Inclusion Championships in January but winning isn’t everything for the Victorian Blind Cricket team. Being a part of this close-knit team also means working together...

Accessible and inclusive playgrounds

Play is so important for children that the United Nations recognise it as a human right. But for kids with disabilities, accessible and inclusive playgrounds have not always been available. However, that is changing thanks to organisations like Touched by Olivia,...

Bush fire safety tips

Alongside the warm afternoons and days at the beach, the Australian summer also brings with the risk of bush fires. Research from the UN suggests that only around 20% or people with disability would be able to leave immediately in the event of a bush fire. No matter...

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