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From the editor

From the editor

Sunday, 1st April 2012

For this issue, Link staffer Peter Coulter set about providing a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the magazine by posing questions to the team. Then he turned the tables on me! Im using the Q&A in place of my usual eds letter this edition
letters to link

letters to link

Sunday, 1st April 2012

A real ally - Artist in spotlight - Happy with his lot
Let's talk about SEX

Let's talk about SEX

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Dignity for Disability MLC Kelly Vincent goes between the sheets.
Pregnant pause

Pregnant pause

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Adelaides Army of Autism Awareness Angels has staged a photo shoot to raise autism awareness among pregnant women for Autism Awareness Month in April.
News Bites

News Bites

Sunday, 1st April 2012

At your service - Hands-on learning gives blind students power - For Canon, productivity goes hand-in-hand with not-for-profit - New program launched
Being heard

Being heard

Sunday, 1st April 2012

An Adelaide deaf employment service is helping to break down the barriers, writes Carla Caruso.
Inaugural National Disability Services Biennial Disability Sector Awards a great success

Inaugural National Disability Services Biennial Disability Sector Awards a great success

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Mid-November saw the inaugural NDS Biennial Disability Sector Awards take place in SA
Wheelchair etiquette

Wheelchair etiquette

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Wheelchair etiquette Or how to win friends and influence people on wheels, writes Bruce Mumford.
Q&A with  Honey Brown

Q&A with Honey Brown

Sunday, 1st April 2012

The award-winning author fills us in her on her latest psychological thriller, film offers and her spinal injury. Carla Caruso reports
Deep Brain Stimulation and what it can do for you!

Deep Brain Stimulation and what it can do for you!

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Sally Hunters new book, You Cant Keep a Good Man Down: From Parkinsons To A New Life With Deep Brain Stimulation, is a biography of Geoff Sykes.
SustainAbility stars blaze a trail for the environment

SustainAbility stars blaze a trail for the environment

Sunday, 1st April 2012

For the participants of a sustainability project for people with disabilities, going green has been a good thing, writes Jenan Taylor, of the E.W. Tipping Foundation.
Standing out, staying smart

Standing out, staying smart

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Adelaide-based Donna Sullivan, of Donna Jayne Marketing and Public Relations, provides an introduction to the world of smart not-for-profit marketing.
Music & disability  re-training your brain

Music & disability re-training your brain

Sunday, 1st April 2012

People with neurological conditions can learn to appreciate music, Anthea Skinner writes.
Meet Nance Haxton

Meet Nance Haxton

Sunday, 1st April 2012

The ABC Radio current affairs South Australian correspondent for AM, PM and The World Today chats to Link after her 2011 Yooralla Media Award for Excellence win at the National Disability Awards.
Behind the scenes at Link

Behind the scenes at Link

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Peter Coulter marvels at the Inprint machine the graphic design studio, which produces Link.
Senior's News

Senior's News

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Author Bryce Courtenay relishes his 70s - GPS tracking shoes for seniors in the US - ancer drug reverses Alzheimers in mice
New Products

New Products

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Diarise it - Sandstorm - Creature comforts
Breakthroughs

Breakthroughs

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Massage therapy is now being recognised as an evidence-based therapeutic modality, effective in treating non-acute low back pain and improving wellbeing for people with chronic illnesses, according to a new report
Entertainment & reviews

Entertainment & reviews

Sunday, 1st April 2012

The reality TV series, which airs in the US this month, follows the personal lives of four wheelchair-using women as they negotiate everything from motherhood to relationship breakdowns. Fingers crossed Push Girls will air soon in Oz!
Telstra EasyTouch 3

Telstra EasyTouch 3

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Telstra has unveiled its latest mobile phone designed specifically to suit the needs of older Australians and people with a disability, the Telstra EasyTouch Discovery 3.
Chat with Hot Tutti

Chat with Hot Tutti

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Leading ladies of cabaret and comedy put the fun into fundraising with a huge night of entertainment, dubbed Titters!4 Tutti!, in Adelaide in February. Hot Tutti were among the acts. We spoke to the women involved.
Sparks of imagination

Sparks of imagination

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Tutti Kids does more than provide drama, singing and art workshops for children with disabilities and without. It encourages them to be heard, to develop confidence and explore their imagination.
Sisters salsa dancers and sopranos

Sisters salsa dancers and sopranos

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Life with a vision impairment certainly has its challenges but sisters Erin, 25, and Claire, 20, who were both born with retinitis pigmentosa (RP), say being able to talk to each other about their experiences good and bad is ahugeasset.
The Paralympics:  WILL YOU BE WATCHING?

The Paralympics: WILL YOU BE WATCHING?

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Some of the most awe-inspiring sporting feats and acts of sheer bravery will be on display, but will the world tune in? Carla Caruso reports.
Applications open for SAs Sir Charles Bright Scholarship Trust

Applications open for SAs Sir Charles Bright Scholarship Trust

Sunday, 1st April 2012

Sir Charles Bright was a judge of the Supreme Court, chancellor of the University of Adelaide and chairman of Minda. He was on the committee, which eventually set up the Health Commission