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Previous Issues

Letters

Letters

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

When to tell Miss Daisy - License to drive - Sign language not for everyone
Linkbites

Linkbites

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Mother and Child - Federal Budget highlights - Telstra prize highlights the benefits of modern communications - Proposal for accessible GP examination beds - Talented artist brings awareness to autism - Targeted health fact sheets - Deafblind conference turns eight - Employment bodys new chief
Special Moments

Special Moments

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

The city of Adelaide came alive for a very special event in April
Her Story

Her Story

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

The following inspiring women are making their mark on the world in their own - very diverse - ways. Here, they share their stories with Link.
Remembering Dr Paul Collier

Remembering Dr Paul Collier

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Dr Paul Collier will long be remembered as a tireless advocate for people with disabilities.
Green thumb

Green thumb

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

The Kevin Heinze Garden Centre in Melbourne provides horticultural therapy programs for people with disabilities.
Recognition, respect & rights. Disabled women in a globalised world

Recognition, respect & rights. Disabled women in a globalised world

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

This is an extract from a paper presented to the 2010 Regional Conference on Women with Disabilities in Guangzhou, China, by Helen Meekosha.
Voluntourism in Vietnam

Voluntourism in Vietnam

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

South Australian John Tobin and his wife, Michelle, opted for a life change in late 2007, moving to Vietnam to volunteer for the Childrens Hope in Action charity, which focuses on health, disability and education services. Link spoke to John about their 14-month stint there.
Loved ones in limbo

Loved ones in limbo

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

I am astounded that Robbi Williams (CEO of the Julia Farr Group) felt the need to fund research into the causes of murder/suicide events involving a parent and a child with severe disabilities. (Pressure and Hope - Link, December 2009).
Eyeball interface

Eyeball interface

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

If looks could ??ill??. Imagine for a moment if you could communicate adequately by simply looking at someone or something.
Out of touch

Out of touch

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Julia Farr Group chief executive officer Robbi Williams ponders about service that doesnt serve and how we might respond now.
NDIS: In support of an inclusive campaign

NDIS: In support of an inclusive campaign

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Michael Bleasdale, an executive director in People with Disability Australia Incs Leadership Team, hits back at criticism of the proposed National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Safe & sound

Safe & sound

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

In April, an Adelaide man, who used a wheelchair, died at home in a house fire. Alone and unable to leave his property unassisted, he became another tragic statistic. For people living independently at home, who have a disability or are aged, safety is a priority. And, there are a number of services you can tap into to ensure help is nearby. By Carla Caruso.
Bedford celebrates 65th Anniversary

Bedford celebrates 65th Anniversary

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

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Back from the brink

Back from the brink

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Many decades ago, a decision to send injured Arnie Money to a hospital in Singapore rather than Australia might have cost him his leg. Still, the former weightlifter is glad has been able to overcome his anger and is alive today to tell his story.
Entertainment

Entertainment

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Shoot a short film. Reviews: Books:A Funny Th ing Happened on the Way to the Future, Sheer Madness: Sex, Lies and Politics, House Rules Film: I Love You Too, Web: The Specials
Breakthroughs

Breakthroughs

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

Telstras Disability Action Plan delivers results for Australians with disability - Hidden benefits in amber necklace

Young trailblazer

Tuesday, 1st June 2010

From the political stage to treading the boards in theatre, Adelaides Kelly Vincent certainly has a bright future ahead.