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Link Disability Magazine is Australia's leading national cross-disability magazine

Featuring opinions and perspectives directly from people with a disability, Link covers a diverse range of topics including news, issues, art, sport, breakthroughs, travel, health, advocacy, products and people in the disability sector. Link started out in 1980 as a small state-based newspaper and has since evolved into a national, professionally designed, glossy, colour magazine.

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April 2020

Welcome to the April edition of Link Magazine!

This edition is full to the brim of interesting stories. From the bushfire crises to the sex industry – there’s definitely something for everyone. We’ve also dedicated a section of the magazine to shine the light on autism to coincide with World Autism Month. We also look at look at internet safety, the world of fashion and we examine the NDIA. We meet travel writer Robyn Thompson who has written about her travels around Europe in her “trusty portable electric wheelchair” and there’s a great story about the Liz Martin Band, as well as our regular employment feature section.

Read more in our April issue …

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Link's readership includes people with a disability, their families and carers, health professionals, service providers and policy-makers, as well as many others interested in health and disability issues that affect the whole community. Link also goes to most public libraries in Australia.

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Issue Feature: Autism

Microbiz Wiz

When my son Clay was a two-year-old he was diagnosed with autism. We were told he would not talk or live independently, but he’s proved them wrong. 

At fourteen, Clay wanted to earn his own money, so he decided to do a letterbox drop. My young entrepreneur advertised his services to take the wheelie bins out the night before the garbage collection and would bring them back in the next day after school. About ten residents hired him. And his business began.

During this time, Clay also started applying online for after school jobs. But after two years and not one interview, we had a life changing conversation with him.

Read more in the April issue of Link Magazine…

Image: Clay is a business owner and public speaker.