The NDIS roll-out has been criticised for many glitches, but that doesn't mean the scheme is failing.
Think it's hard for first-home buyers? Ask people with an intellectual disability about it.
We know predators will continue to target the vulnerable, including children and people with disability. The NDIS will mitigate some of the issues in this space, but we need a royal commission too.
New rules offer the possibility of an inclusive Australian society that enables people with the highest disability-related support needs to have equal access to mainstream services including housing.
New research has found the UK parliament is fraught with institutionalised ableism
It's past time to dismantle the (often invisible) barriers that keep people with disabilities less healthy, employed and educated than other groups worldwide.
Meet the real Daniel Blakes.
Students with disability are experiencing a range of harms in schools, and teachers are struggling to support students with increasingly complex needs.
The NDIS provides an opportunity to address the shortfalls of the former institutionalised service system, some of which uniquely impact Indigenous Australians.
Thousands of young people with disability who end up in nursing homes lead lives of isolation and boredom. Better and smarter housing finance and support options are at last being developed.
In 2012, nearly one-third of voters with a disability had trouble voting. A 2002 law was supposed to fix this problem. New technology may have the answer at last.
Language can be used harmfully to construct categories of others. The words we use in describing children with disabilities need to be examined, challenged - and changed.
The Senate inquiry into violence against people with disability shows the root cause of violence, neglect and abuse of people with disability begins with the de-valuing of their lives.
Accountability for the violence and abuse that people with disability experience begins with recording the offences. In fact, we have long ignored crimes against vulnerable members of our community.
The reluctance by many to accept or even debate the intersection between old age and disability highlights how society struggles to construct differences in ability.
Some data shows the gap in employment rates between disabled and non-disabled working-age people has gone down. But other data says the opposite. Here's why.
When buildings began to rise from the ruins and the rubble, the planners missed an opportunity to create a better society.
More than 7,000 young Australians with disabilities are forced to live in nursing homes because they're unable to find suitable accommodation that meets their needs. But this may be about to change.
A group of 17 million voters is being ignored by the main parties. Why might that be?
The UK's "Work Capability Assessment" is a disaster, but other countries show us how it can be fixed.