The social model of disability proposes that what makes someone disabled is not their medical condition, but the attitudes and structures of society. According to Giraud (2018), access means finding ways to ensure that fewer people are excluded.
Graeme Innes AM has just been announced as the Ambassador for the Virtual Disability Expo to be held on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th September.
Jess has just moved from the Western Suburbs of Sydney to the sunny shores of the Gold Coast. While she lived in Sydney, Afford’s Jamisontown Day Program supported Jess for one-to-one and group outings, skills development and to live life the way she wanted.
As an avid football fan and Chelsea Football Club supporter, Lucy Strevett has big dreams to travel the world.
People with Disability are embracing My Future, My Choice as a way to control how they want to live their lives now and plan for the future. Recently the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, work, socialise and obtain information. Accessing information and services via online platforms such as Zoom, facetime, facebook messenger, WhatsApp and Skype to name a few is fast becoming the new normal.