Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Business case for Disability – Canada

An interesting report on employing people with disabilities has been released by the Canadian government. Follow the link; http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/consultations/reports/disabilities/rdsp.shtml#a4 Advertisements

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Autism Friendly Films – UK Update from LDT

Two films announced as February’s Autism Friendly Films News, 25th January 2013. Cinema fans with autism have the opportunity to view two films in February thanks to the Autism Friendly Films initiative. The 21 Cineworld cinemas that participate in the … Continue reading

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Employment update from Learning Disability Today – UK.

What disturbs me about this article is that our Government believes the UK model is worth looking at for pointers for what to do in Australia. Government’s Work Programme “failing to deliver for disabled people”, says Scope News, 29th January … Continue reading

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Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.

Canada has introduced a world first national standard for workplace mental health. This is a voluntary standard commissioned by the Mental Health Commission of Canada is designed to promote and sustain a psychologically healthy workplace. Follow this link to the … Continue reading

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The Lucky Country

The UK Centre for Welfare Reform has reported that people with a disability in the UK will through a combination of cuts in benefits and services and means that people with severe disabilities will lose an average of £8,832 per … Continue reading

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