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A work in progess

A work in progess

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Accessible holidays and how we can help by Paraquad member Bruce Mumford.
Work wise

Work wise

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Anthea Skinner writes on the recent talk of changes to eligibility for the disability support pension.
Defending  his honour

Defending his honour

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Amputee Flight Sergeant Tony Benfer, 48, a fitness instructor in the air force, is a participant of the new Australian Defence Force Paralympic Sports Program, his story with Carla Caruso.
From the editor

From the editor

Saturday, 1st October 2011

A mothers love, they say, is instinctual, unconditional and forever. For mothers of children with disabilities, this love can sometimes be tested.
Letters to link

Letters to link

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Seeing the world differently - New look - Your views on Facebook
East meets west

East meets west

Saturday, 1st October 2011

East Timors Joel Fernandes has used personal experience to help the plight of people with disabilities at home. He spoke at an event for The Leprosy Mission Australia in June. Susan Masima shares his story.
Chicken & white bean broth with bowtie pasta

Chicken & white bean broth with bowtie pasta

Saturday, 1st October 2011

This tasty soup recipe is a favourite of Adelaide chef and restaurateur Adam Swansons, supplied to Link by pasta brand San Remo. The dish serves eight. For more delicious recipes, visit sanremo.com.au.
Never judge a book by its cover

Never judge a book by its cover

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Tara-Jade Brown, a mother of two young sons with Autism Spectrum Disorder, writes on the judgement that families can face from their communities
News bites

News bites

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Sustain-Ability plan wins Keep Australia Beautiful award - Revolutionary reform at long last - Access success with Youre Welcome project - Docklands home to new energy efficient affordable housing - Interplast milestone: 20,000th patient
New products

New products

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Sound off - Easy emergency access - Bringing the clinic home
Seniors News

Seniors News

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Positively ageless - Arthritis eased through massage therapy - New affordable, adaptable home to set new benchmark
Books

Books

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Trust Me, Im Dr Ozzy by Ozzy Osbourne - All of Me by Kim Noble with Jeff Hudson - Me of the Never Never by Fiona OLoughlin - The Elegant Art of Falling Apart by Jessica Jones
Sport

Sport

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Great outdoors aids brain injury rehabilitation - The blind and vision-impaired hit the slopes of Victoria - Historic qualification for Oscar Pistorius - Golden finish for Australia at Para Pan Pacs
The musings of Peter Coulter

The musings of Peter Coulter

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Peter Coulter ponders seeing through the ears and a batty hypothesis.
Words from the heart

Words from the heart

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Poetry from Touching Tributes can provide a heartfelt gift.
Barriers  to justice

Barriers to justice

Saturday, 1st October 2011

The police and courts system are failing people with disabilities, writes SAs Dignity for Disability MLC
The long wait

The long wait

Saturday, 1st October 2011

While plans for a National Disability Insurance Scheme have been endorsed, the Federal Government appears to be dragging its feet in taking action, writes Sam Paior
Breakthroughs

Breakthroughs

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Seeing is believing - Worlds first double leg transplant - Environment can play a role in autism risk
The home coming

The home coming

Saturday, 1st October 2011

And the peace, which passes all understanding, will keep your hearts and your minds in Jesus Christ. As the young minister spoke those final words of the benediction, he picked up a handful of dirt and dropped it on the two coffins being buried side-by-side.
Community & the collective individual

Community & the collective individual

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Johnny Mackay hopes to foster a sense of real integration within the community, as opposed to what he describes as hackneyed ideas of inclusion.
Taking Action

Taking Action

Saturday, 1st October 2011

Do you have problems with your local council? Perhaps the footpaths outside the place where you live or work needs repair? This article aims to help people with disabilities, their families and carers negotiate with their local councils by focusing on their councils registered action plans.