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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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February 2020

Welcome to the first issue of Link magazine for 2020! 

The 2020 February edition of Link introduces us to some truly amazing people, including our cover star, Michelle Ryan, dancer and creative director of the world-renowned Adelaide-based dance company Restless Dance Theatre. We also learn about ARIA nominated teacher Lee Strickland, who ensures music is accessible for all her students. Also in this issue – technology trends, accommodation, travel, what’s on and more!

Read more in our February issue …

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Issue Feature

Living life his way

James Harris loves life. He wakes up with a smile on his face, ready for what the day will bring. 

James is 35 years old, and his social nature is one of the first things you notice when you meet him. Walking through the Mount Barker home that James shares with his house mate, Brenton, it’s clear that he’s very proud of where he lives.  

A shelf in his bedroom is dedicated to his favourite television series, Doctor Who, along with awards from his achievements in soccer and sailing.

“Check out my medals and trophies” James said, holding them proudly.

Read more in the February issue of Link Magazine…

Image: James and his mum Gaynor gardening together in his backyard.