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Thoughts about Dedifferentiation

When should I advocate for the uniqueness of a person or a situation, and when do I insist that they be treated or viewed the same as everyone else? - Thoughts about Dedifferentiation by Linda Oliver
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Disability Justice Report by CEO Justin O’Meara Smith

How do people with disabilities experience the Criminal Justice System? What can we do to assist navigating the system, improve quality of life and ultimately help reduce the likelihood of re-offending? These are only some of the questions our CEO Justin O’Meara Smith addresses in his newest blog.
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Royal Commission into Disability Abuse

In April the Morrison government announced a Disability Royal Commission.  $527 million has been allocated over five years, which includes...
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Joel’s Story

“Boating, Camping, Fishing – Our Joel gets to do it all!” We were just a normal, happy couple looking forward...
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Major Party Vows to Protect NDIS

With the Federal election on this Saturday, we thought it might be a good time to share what both of the major Parties have been saying regarding the NDIS.
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Disability Etiquette – It doesn’t have to be hard

Disability etiquette is a set of guidelines dealing specifically with how to approach a person with a disability.  It comes down to one simple rule: do not assume.
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Royal Commission terms of reference released

A broad and comprehensive list of the terms for the Royal Commission into disability has been released by the Australian Government.
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The problem with limited accessibility in public spaces

With numerous Disability Organisations, Perth has no excuse for the lack of accessible spaces in shared public spaces.
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Interchange staff recognised in WA Disability Support Awards

Interchange is proud to announce the nomination of several staff members for the annual Disability Support Awards.
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Shared Lives

Bryce and his beloved dog Molly live in a wonderful and loving home with his companion Maureen, her husband and adult son. It’s clear that he approaches almost everything with a great sense of humour and is quick to ...
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