Monthly Archives: May 2015

I’m Day’d Out!

I’m Day’d Out!.

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I’m Day’d Out!

Everyday I receive a few notifications about “the day of” or “international week of” which I now find that I treat as white noise. It makes me wonder why as a society that we have to yell loudly from the … Continue reading

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NDIS, Advocacy and the Rest of Us.

It’s interesting to read today that advocacy groups are concerned that once governments hand over disability to the NDIS, there won’t be any money to fund advocacy. As reported today, there are over 4 million Australians with a disability, yet … Continue reading

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