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Velcro Goes Vougue
Choosing an outfit to wear that is comfortable, looks great and makes you feel great is a daily challenge for us all. Dealing with buttons, zips, laces, clips, ties and all other means of getting into and out of those outfits can add a whole other level of frustration, especially for many people with disability.
Who pays for lunch?
In some industries, taking a client to lunch and picking up the tab might seem like the right way to repay them for their business. But when it comes to grabbing lunch with your support worker, what is the correct etiquette? Who pays for lunch?
We’re making 5 dreams come true! Meet the winners
To celebrate our 70th anniversary, we brought back the Imagine What’s Possible competition. The competition aims to make dreams come true for people with disability.
And this year? Boy oh boy were we inundated with dreams! Hundreds of incredible entries made their way to us. The judges had a very tricky task ahead of them but they managed to pick our 5 lucky winners. In this blog, we’ll introduce you to Kassidy, Zac, Carol, Kristel and Nicholas who all dreamed big and won.
Is your workplace disability friendly? Introducing the Inclusive Employment Movement
Did you know that if you have a disability in Australia, you are more than twice as likely to be unemployed? It’s a pretty shocking statistic, but there’s a movement brewing that’s looking to change this. It’s called the Inclusive Employment Movement, and it’s something that Endeavour Foundation is proud to be part of.
Our very own Alex Baker went along to a breakfast event to find out more
Building confidence: tips for adults with intellectual disability
Confidence can mean believing in yourself, being brave, feeling ready to try new things and feeling happy and proud about who you are.
Self-confidence is your belief in how good you are at something, but it’s not a measure of your actual skill.