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From the editor

From the editor

Friday, 1st October 2010

The Federal Government recently released a discussion paper on improved support for Australians with a severe or profound disability, who need supported employment through Australian Disability Enterprises (ADEs).

Letter to Link

Letter to Link

Friday, 1st October 2010

Refusal on bus - WERE ONLINE! - Being a parent carer - orrect language - Sailing comrades
The art of being Feminine

The art of being Feminine

Friday, 1st October 2010

Adelaides Annalisa Feleppa didnt fully embrace being an artist until she turned 30.
News bites

News bites

Friday, 1st October 2010

Unique retail training program - Couples sue doctors for failing to detect Down syndrome - Is Bendigo disability-friendly? - New captioned phone a bonus for the deaf - New car designed for those who are blind
Seniors News

Seniors News

Friday, 1st October 2010

Aged care goes state-of-the-art - Deadly yet discounted: brain injury from falls - NEW BOOKS
News in brief

News in brief

Friday, 1st October 2010

Christmas cheer early on - New Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities - SA disability lists explode
A man of mighty vision

A man of mighty vision

Friday, 1st October 2010

A young Tasmanian furniture maker uses his senses of touch and hearing to influence his designs, as Carla Caruso discovers.
Sail away

Sail away

Friday, 1st October 2010

Deirdre Schahinger was among two Aussie sailors recently competing at an international level, as she reports.
Tough  work

Tough work

Friday, 1st October 2010

Workplaces can be inflexible and unsure how to support people with mental health issues, writes Link reader Catherine.
Survival instinct

Survival instinct

Friday, 1st October 2010

Gill Hicks lost both legs from below the knee in the London bombings of July 7, 2005.
Fresh produce

Fresh produce

Friday, 1st October 2010

Julia Farr Group chief executive officer Robbi Williams ponders the Productivity Commissions inquiry into disability care ?and support.
Chocolate cupcakes

Chocolate cupcakes

Friday, 1st October 2010

Monique Kleine, behind Adelaide food and event planning biz Confetti Design, says you can never go wrong with the classics when it comes to cupcakes.
Sports

Sports

Friday, 1st October 2010

In the swim - Ride of a lifetime - Triple threat
Work it!

Work it!

Friday, 1st October 2010

Social enterprises are working hard to catch the publics eye and to band together, as a recent Adelaide forum uncovered. Carla Caruso reports.
A night of the senses

A night of the senses

Friday, 1st October 2010

Aroma jockeys and vibrating dance floors were just a few of the features of a music event in Sydney in August, reports Alyssa Gill, of IDEAS NSW.
Breakthroughs (sponsored by Telstra)

Breakthroughs (sponsored by Telstra)

Friday, 1st October 2010

US: Meditation rewires the brain - Aussie scientists in stem-cell first - UK: Autism brain scan developed - Israel: Sniff-controlled technology on its way
The musings of Peter Coulter

The musings of Peter Coulter

Friday, 1st October 2010

Peter Coulter ponders the benefits of music, red meat and beer.
Travel time

Travel time

Friday, 1st October 2010

Accessible travel consultant Bruce Mumford recounts his familys experiences on holiday and offers some tips that should be useful for anyone travelling with a disability
Whats in a name?

Whats in a name?

Friday, 1st October 2010

The language we use to describe disability affects the way we see people with those disabilities,
Entertainment & reviews

Entertainment & reviews

Friday, 1st October 2010

Hip hop hooray - Textbook romance - Books - DVD - Goss - TV special
Room rescue

Room rescue

Friday, 1st October 2010

What happens when you have a nightmare living room? Call in the renovators!
On the move

On the move

Friday, 1st October 2010

There are positive and negative outcomes when older people move from disability group homes to residential aged care, as Ruth Webber reports.
How could  they do this  to him?

How could they do this to him?

Friday, 1st October 2010

Therese Mackay is the author of Without Due Care: An Australian Hospital Tragedy. Its a story of what she calls her husband Dons shocking medical abuse and death at the hands of the diseased and unaccountable Australian health care system. This is her books first chapter.