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Bring your game face

Bring your game face

Monday, 1st October 2012

Robert Kingett is an American college student who is passionate about gaming and also has cerebral palsy and is blind.
Globe-trotting on wheels

Globe-trotting on wheels

Monday, 1st October 2012

After being diagnosed with MS, Vanessa Waller found a new passion as a wheelie travel writer.
From the editor

From the editor

Monday, 1st October 2012

Having short-sightedness seeing near objects clearly, but distant objects blurrily is both a blessing and a curse.
Letters to link

Letters to link

Monday, 1st October 2012

Rather than the usual letters this week, we asked for your views on organ and tissue donation following our cover story last issue and got a variety of responses,
News bites

News bites

Monday, 1st October 2012

Unique childrens disability program - Aegis recognised by Federal Government for its commitment to people with disability - New Perth home for national disability job access service
Shanghai to Dublin

Shanghai to Dublin

Monday, 1st October 2012

Brisbane adventurer Ben Shuker, left, and his American friend, Brendan Kay, are doing a bike ride from Shanghai to Dublin to raise awareness and funds for haemochromatosis.
Ideal vision

Ideal vision

Monday, 1st October 2012

Losing your sight can dramatically change your life. Link chats to people who have had it happen to them, as well as those who provide support within the vision impaired community. Carla Caruso reports.
Ozs first custom-made hotel rooms for those with vision and hearing impairment

Ozs first custom-made hotel rooms for those with vision and hearing impairment

Monday, 1st October 2012

While many hotels offer mobility accessible rooms for guests with disability, the Mercure Hobart hotel has gone further with the modification of eight accommodation rooms to specifically cater for visitors with a hearing or vision impairment.
Cacciatore sausage,  eggplant and    tomato penne

Cacciatore sausage, eggplant and tomato penne

Monday, 1st October 2012

Food glorious food, from a recipe to a review
A wheelie useful guide to dining out

A wheelie useful guide to dining out

Monday, 1st October 2012

Why would you go out to dine when youre in a wheelchair? Things are hard enough already without the added difficulties of preparing equipment, getting dressed, organising transport, checking the restaurant arrangements and making bookings etcetera, etcetera.
Travelling overseas  as a wheelchair user

Travelling overseas as a wheelchair user

Monday, 1st October 2012

Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent is back from her first international study tour.
Method in the madness

Method in the madness

Monday, 1st October 2012

In time for Mental Health Week, from October 7-13, Brisbane teacher and author Karen Tyrrell reveals how nightmare parents at the school she worked at harassed her to breaking point in her gutsy memoir, ME & HER:
Creativity  supported

Creativity supported

Monday, 1st October 2012

Accessible Arts has developed a network so that visual art studios, supporting the professional development of artists with disability, can connect up. Gabrielle Mordy, an artist, writer and artistic director of Studio ARTES Northside Inc, reports.
Walking tall

Walking tall

Monday, 1st October 2012

Bill Moss AM is a remarkable Australian businessman, ex-Macquarie Bank senior executive and disability rights advocate. Hes behind the newly published memoir, Still Walking.
Strong and courageous

Strong and courageous

Monday, 1st October 2012

A surfing accident had left Peter with severe spinal cord injuries and no chance of recovery. The Will to Live, The Courage to Die is a moving account of Peters final months and Traceys own response to that experience
Get a real job!

Get a real job!

Monday, 1st October 2012

There are a myriad of careers in music other than performance, Anthea Skinner reports.
New books

New books

Monday, 1st October 2012

My Dad is Different - Booksharing: Successful Interaction with your Child and Books - If I Can Do It - Cityglitter
Breakthroughs

Breakthroughs

Monday, 1st October 2012

Disablism could shape the future for young people with a disability - Sixty per cent of problem learners suffer poor vision - Autism research looks at treatment options
Everyone Connected  through Telstra community grants

Everyone Connected through Telstra community grants

Monday, 1st October 2012

One hundred community groups across Australia, including 40 disability groups, have each been awarded $10,000 from Telstras Everyone Connected program to help them better access technology.
The musings of Peter Coulter

The musings of Peter Coulter

Monday, 1st October 2012

The Link columnist addresses scents and sensibility.
New products

New products

Monday, 1st October 2012

Safeguard your iPad and WIN one of five! - Speak up - Comfort can be cool too - New ultra lightweight, stylish exerciser - Talking keyboard