The European Space Agency has recruited the world’s first-ever disabled astronaut. But we’re still a long way from space being accessible to all.
Accessibility can be a major barrier between people with disabilities and their favourite games.
Kids with disabilities need support to gain and maintain friendships. But there are benefits for everyone when social inclusion works.
Long COVID impacts one in every five people who’ve had the virus. In the U.S., early research shows people of colour are most likely to develop long COVID. It has been called a mass-disabling event.
A survey of disabled students found that some university accommodations they value became more widespread in the pandemic, like flexible course deadlines.
Health and service workers are not asking women about a potential traumatic brain injury, there’s a lack of referral options, and often no diagnosis.
Through the Scarborough Charter, many Canadian universities committed to fostering alternative ways of knowing. But more must be done to realize that commitment.
Much has been said and written about the projected cost of the NDIS. We wanted to draw on the valuable knowledge of scheme participants and their families.
Punishing attendance problems fails to address the issues facing students, from family responsibilities to barriers related to racism or inadequate support for disabilities.
The budget forecast steep NDIS costs, but also allocated funds to review and support the scheme in sustainable ways that could contribute positively to the economy.
Strictly continues its work in busting norms in who can or should dance – and who they can dance with.
Social Security is increasing benefits by 8.7%, beginning in January 2023, to offset the surging cost of living in the US.
Supporting people with disabilities in an emergency is not just about doing the right thing, it’s also the law, fundamental to human rights and part of several international agreements.
A cultural collaboration with deafblind people led to the development of a high-tech device to help navigate their world post-lockdown
You can go to a psychologist for ADHD coaching or to an ‘ADHD coach’. Whichever option you choose, this should be just one aspect of your care.
Michelle & Bill Shorten.
Registered providers have been warned they'll be reined in on "price gouging" as part of the bid to curb costs.
Prescriptions for ADHD medications have doubled in the last decade in Australia. Medication is the best treatment for ADHD, however non-medicated treatments are also helpful.
A collaboration between Polyglot Theatre and the UK’s Oily Cart puts an inclusive, child-led approach at its heart.
The scale of the ‘disability price tag’ means one-off payments will hardly make a dent for many households.
The original vision for the NDIS was that it would give people with disabilities a say in how services are delivered. The appointment of an NDIA chair who is disabled is a positive move.