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Myth Busters star and his hearing aids

Adam Savage opens up about his experience with hearing loss and why getting hearing aids was a life-changing decision. Learn about why you should consider getting your own hearing tested as well. This video is sponsored by Widex.

Source: Deafness Forum of Australia

Down Syndrome Australia calls for an end to discrimination on the basis of disability in migration policy

Source: Down Syndrome Australia

Down Syndrome Australia (DSA) is pleased to learn about changes to the migration requirements for people with a disability which were revealed today. We are disappointed, however, that these changes do not go far enough to end the discriminatory approach of preventing migration based on the hypothetical cost of the disability. See full media release


Source: Down Syndrome Australia

AFDO eNews #05 – August 2019

Source: AFDO

From our CEO Ross Joyce Welcome to the latest edition of AFDO eNews. I am happy to announce that the Disability Rights Now 2019: Shadow Report to the United Nations Committee on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) has been released and is up on our website in English, Plain English, […]

Source: AFDO

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