Australian and New Zealand Disability News Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2018-12-05
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List of Australia - NZ Publications:
The Working Together Agreement package has been developed for use by families, early childhood educators and early childhood intervention practitioners to promote a coordinated approach to early childhood inclusion.
The new banknotes are the culmination of many years of research and trial and extensive consultation.
Research highlights link between poor living conditions and health, and estimates over one million Australians are living in sub-standard housing.
Reports that Australian Federal Government is considering changes to funding and governance of NDIS have alarmed people with disability.
Alliance representing people with disability to provide advice to Australian Government on improving social and economic participation, and breaking down barriers.
Snapshot of cancer in Australia based on cancer data holdings and reports including statistics on incidence mortality survival and participation in national cancer screening programs.
Every Australian Counts is the campaign for the introduction of a National Disability Insurance Scheme in Australia.
Calling for better recognition services and funding for people who have both an intellectual disability and mental illness.
Australian Disability Support Pension Recipients Who Are Denied Right to Travel Freely Internationally
Thousands of Australian Disability Support Pension recipients like to spend as much time as possible overseas.
Many elderly Australians are either admitted to hospital suffering malnutrition or become malnourished while in hospital.
The 2011 Seniors Card Discount Directories will be sent to NSW Seniors Card holders from today.
Release of report on AusAid work overseas to improve the lives of people with disability.
The NSW Minister for Disability Services encouraged people to learn more about the deaf community.
Dance group of children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities from Sydney will be performing at Disneyland in California this week.
Government remains silent as thousands of Australians with intellectual and developmental disabilities subject to serious abuses of human rights.
Able Australia will provide community based support services for 20 people with disability in nine households across the ACT.
Policy and practice must recognize that it is society which creates significant barriers for people with disability.
Canon Australia will honor seventy employees at New Horizons Enterprises Limited.
Public transport providers have a legal obligation to ensure all new vehicles comply with national Disability Standards.
Minister for Disability Services Peter Primrose more than 90 awards would be presented covering every community in the State.
Lack of awareness of how barriers to social activities can keep people with disability marginalized and excluded in our community.
The Coalition have assured that nationally agreed definitions of disabilities will be secured before July 2011.
National Disability Insurance Scheme Must be at the Core of Any National Disability Strategy - Disability News Australia
National disability insurance scheme that provides long-term care and support to all Australians with a serious or profound disability.
Australian government wants all new homes to better accommodate senior citizens and people with disabilities.
Migration Report offers opportunity for Gillard Government to change outmoded legislation.
The Disability Services Census for 2010 will be sent to service providers on 1 July 2010 for completion by Friday 23 July 2010.
Reviewing the treatment of disability as part of the migration regulations.
Rates of cardiovascular disease increase dramatically in Australian winters.
Outgoing Minister for aging and Disability Services Paul Lynch has welcomed the appointment of Peter Primrose to the portfolio.
Launch of Children with Disability Australia representing Australian children and youths with disabilities.
Doctors surgeries to have height adjustable examination beds for better access to medical care for people with a disability.
Plan to provide 300 new residential care beds for the severely disabled.
Properties will increase amount of affordable accommodation for people with a disability in Bundaberg and Hervey Bay.
The Safer Beach Access and Experience Program for People with Disabilities and Mobility Issues project.
Access to television cinema and other electronic media for people with a hearing or vision impairment.
Productivity Commission will investigate new approaches for funding and delivering long-term disability care and support.
Livvis Place at Timbrell Park is the initiative of the Touched by Olivia Foundation and the result of a unique partnership of three founding partners.
Infections caught in hospital are costing the Australian healthcare system more than 850,000 lost bed days.
The program differs from other similar sponsorships by putting all donors in touch with a single symbolic child.
Carers devote their lives to supporting a disabled loved one investing all of their financial emotional and physical resources until there is nothing left..
I am appalled at the resounding silence and lack of action from the National Government to the disability sector.
Australia will provide $2.4 million for prosthetics and the rehabilitation of Iraqi landmine survivors and other victims of conflict.
Institution to offer a specialized training and professional certification program in workplace disability management.
Raising Children Network will today launch the national website for parents of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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