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Her mantra? Don’t let anything hold you back.
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The average age of people entering employment is between 15 to 18 years old. So it makes sense that people with disabilities also look at their employment opportunities.
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You've got the food product, now who's going to package it?
Every stage from manufacturing your product to a customer taking it home plays an essential role. Which is why it’s really important to make sure that you’ve got the right people on your team who value your product as much as you do.
It can be tricky to know what to look for when choosing a business partner to package your product. Fortunately, our food packaging experts have come to the rescue and put together these five essential factors your food packaging partner must have.
Federal Election 2022: People with disability - exercising your right to vote
Voting is one of the most important responsibilities we have - it’s a way we can voice our opinion about what is important to you and choose who represents you in the federal parliament.
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So what happens when I’m gone? A guide for parents of children with disabilities.
More than half a million Australians have intellectual disability and a growing number continue to be looked after by their parents well into adulthood.
But what will happen to our child with disability when we’re gone, and who will take care and watch out for them?
The happy fact is your child is likely to outlive you, so planning for their future is important.
What it's like having Autism Spectrum Disorder
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