Deafblind Awareness Week 2019 24 JUNE – 30 JUNE 2019 Theme: “Losing your sight and sound but not your identity” (HKC, 2018) Deafblind Australia, Deafblind Victoria and Able Australia are holding a special day together to celebrate the lives of people who are...
Imagine not being able to see or hear – how would you communicate, how would you go shopping, how would you make friends?
The last week of June is Deafblind Awareness week (DBAW). It is the time where deafblind people, their families and supporters organise celebrations, hold events and raise community awareness on the challenges of being deafblind.
AFDO welcomes the Australian Human Rights Commission preliminary decision not to grant an exemption under the Federal Disability Discrimination Act to Queensland Rail.
The Australian Federation of Disability Organisations commends Human Rights Watch for the comprehensive and harrowing report released yesterday into the abuse and neglect of people with disability in Australia’s prisons.
The Australian Federation of Disability Organisations welcomes the joint announcement from the Prime Minister, Minister Porter and Assistant Minister Prentice that Western Australia is joining the nationally-delivered National Disability Insurance Scheme.