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    1. This Redesign Needs to Become the Official Website

      This Redesign Needs to Become the Official Website

      Stumbled upon this helpful piece from The Feed and thought that we would share it. It's titled This Advocate Redesigned the Disability Royal Commission Website so People with Disabilities Can Actually Use It.

      It features the good work of disability advocate Sam Connor. Here's a short excerpt:

      The website Connor created does exactly that. The “Disability Royal Commission: Unofficial Information Site”, sets out the steps people need to take to share their stories with the royal commission - in clear, large-print text.

      Give the rest of this remarkable piece of writing a read for more information and context.

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    2. Adelaide School Set Up Calm Spaces for Students with Autism

      Adelaide School Set Up Calm Spaces for Students with Autism

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from Rhiannon Elston of SBS News. It's called Calm Spaces at this Adelaide School Are Improving the Lives of Students with Autism.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, we thought, was worth the share:

      Each calm space features low lighting and soft music, as well as tactile surfaces and special toys that help children as young as five focus on their immediate environment.

      Give the rest of this thought-provoking article a read for more information and context...

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    3. This New Pre-Fab Home Design is Going to Help a Lot of People with Disabilities

      This New Pre-Fab Home Design is Going to Help a Lot of People with Disabilities

      Here's an article that delivers some good news for people with disabilities. It's called New Portable Homes Billed as a Game-Changer for People with Disabilities.

      In it, SBS news reports on this new prefabricated home design. Here's a short description:

      It has wide doorways, a disability accessible bathroom, ceiling hoists in the bedroom,  voice-activated appliances and height-adjustable benches and sinks.

      To learn more about this thoughtful design, give the rest of the article a read...

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    4. Casual Workers Aren't Paid Fairly In Australia

      Casual Workers Aren't Paid Fairly In Australia

      Ideally, casual workers should get paid more because of the lack of leave rights and job security. In the real world, however, this isn't the case. This article from SBS News focuses on a study from the University of Melbourne's Centre for Workplace Leadership that says that casuals aren't paid properly.

      It's quite significant because a huge chunk of the Australian labour force is primarily employed in casual work. "The ACTU's paper says Australia has the highest proportion of temporary labour among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development nations," reads this article. Essentially a lot ...

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