Looking for basic information and resources to help you understand disability? We've got you covered.
Disability is not black and white, and one person can have a very different experience from another. However, we have put together some basic information to help you understand disability and how it can be part of day-to-day life.
Some words that are used to describe disability (often learnt as a child) are hurtful. Here are some of the right things to say.
1 in 5 people in Australia have a disability. Find more statistics and facts about disability.
There are many different types of disabilities such as intellectual, physical, sensory, and mental illness.
These standards focus on rights and outcomes for people with disability.
A person centred approach keeps the person with a disability at the centre of decision making.
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