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Celebrate Christmas with Accessible tours of NSW National Parks


We are coming up to the Australian Christmas break, a time where families gather to enjoy the festive season and a time where families like to explore some of our iconic beaches, parks and beautiful bush areas. A major drawback though, for people with disability is finding a beautiful place to explore that is disability…

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The importance of inclusion

young man with cochlear, older woman with oxygen tube anad girl with glasses

Sections of our community do not understand or appreciate difference because people who are ‘different’ are rarely seen on media. An important part of raising awareness and acceptance for people with disability is to include their images and stories in popular culture. For that reason, it is encouraging that Apple has introduced a cochlear implant…

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Rebecca’s Day Out

Rebecca cuddling a giant toy penguin

Our Blacktown Parks Video Rebecca loves animals, photography, and going out – all easily accomplished with the support of one of our Social Support Team. Please click on this link to get a feel for Rebecca’s day! Thanks for the lovely photos Rebecca.

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Disability and Trust – A big responsibility

child in wheelchair laughing

Imagine waking in the morning and having to wait for someone to help you to get out of bed. Help with showering and dressing. Someone who is responsible for making sure that your clothes are laundered and presentable. That breakfast is nutritious and tasty and you may be reliant on someone to feed it to…

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World Down Syndrome Day

Girl playing guitar. Girl has Down Syndrome

Yesterday was World Down Syndrome Day. On this special day, people all around the world celebrated the lives and achievements of people with Down syndrome. Integrity Disability Hub joins you in celebrating everyone with Down Syndrome. The many famous people with Down Syndrome lead the way for everyone with or without disability to see how…

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Time to evaluate your services?

young girl sitting in a wheelchair on a basketball court

For many of us, disability is not static. It changes over time, some people finding that with the services that they are receiving that they are closer to meeting their goals, and others finding that the services they receive no longer meet their needs. January is a good time to review your disability support services…

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