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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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Sam adds a slithering snake to her sculpture collection

Sculptor, reptile fan and Interchange Myaree customer, Samantha Muller, has added a new slithering sculpture to her collection. This green...
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Guest blog: Discrimination travels in disguise

This guest blog is written by Interchange Board member, Christine Carson.
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Opera in the Studio

Customers from our Spearwood Service Centre were treated to an exclusive performance by the West Australian Opera last week, at...
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25 year customer stories – Maurice Ukich

When Maurice Ukich first joined Interchange in 1991, he was quiet, reserved and fearful of people. Since then, he has...
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25 year customer stories – Mike Erkelens

Michael Mike Erkelens is the resident social butterfly at Interchange and we are incredibly proud to have supported him for...
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25 year customer stories – Liz Carson

Liz Carson never forgets a family birthday. She has an uncanny ability to remember the birthdays of every family member...
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Dylan awarded for footy excellence

Interchange Maddington customer, Dylan Douyere, has bagged a bevy of medals for his efforts as a key player in the...
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Sarah takes life by the handlebars

Interchange Midland customer, Sarah, has taken life by the handlebars with the purchase of a second hand bike. She wants...
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NDIS squandering sector good will

There is an old Jewish saying: The Sabbath was made for man not man for the Sabbath. The same goes for technology. It can either improve and enrich our humanity or else disrupt and distance us from true community.
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