Monthly Archives: August 2013

Business Strategies that Work: A Framework for Disability Inclusion.

This is an excellent report of how to tap into the biggest employment and consumer group: people with disabilities. Want a slice? Any smart business owner would. As with any customer segment, one of the best ways to tap into … Continue reading

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Leveling the Playing Field: Attracting, Engaging, and Advancing People with Disabilities

This excellent report produced by Cornell University’s Employment and Disability Institute concludes that fostering the employment of people with disabilities benefits all employees and, ultimately, the organisation itself. Universal design facilitates the flexibility and agilĀ­ ity required by the global … Continue reading

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Expert highlights rugby link to early onset dementia

Mental Health Today has reported on research that shows a link between sport and Dementia. A brain injuries expert has discovered the first confirmed case of early onset dementia caused by playing rugby. Dr Willie Stewart said his discovery suggested … Continue reading

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Link Disability Magazine

Read my article on intellectual disability in the August edition. Link: http://www.linkonline.com.au/enews/enews_august/

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