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You thought it was just another appointment with your therapist. One that will consist of questions upon questions about your week and emotions. And for a time there, it was.

One of the hardest things for me about struggling with depression and anxiety is that it lies to me abou

I don’t know how to casually like something. Whether it’s a book, TV show, musical artist or a creative activity, I will hyperfixate for a while and then usually drop it after a week or so.

Did you know that March 25 is National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day?

On December 4, my dad passed away suddenly after a moderately short battle with a chronic illness.

The public sector is well suited to employing people with autism but more needs to be done to foster workplace diversity, according to disability employment advocate Bill Gamack.

Being in your 20s is usually thought of as a time to go out, see the world, spend time with friends and get started on your career. But what if you live with a chronic health condition?

Chris Davis was diagnosed with autism as a child, and for years struggled with an extensive and complicated list of symptoms.

Near the end of last year, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first drug for the treatment of spinal muscular at

Disabled Surfers Association (DSAA) have a range of different events across all states.

If you are starting out your journey on the NDIS Road and you have autism or are a carer of a child with autism, here are some very useful links to refer to prior to your First Plan meeting:

My name is Kate, and I am currently studying to become a Speech Language Pathologist.

Leisure Networks offer a range of community type activities: check out their calendar of events here

Sarah Schuster from The Mighty writes about what it's like living with anxiety, what it hears like, what it sounds like and how it feels day to day.


The Sisters of Invention launch their debut album to a packed house.

Growing up, most of us aren’t taught to look out for signs of depression.

projectABLE is about changing perceptions.

In Australia, people with intellectual disability die at least 25 years earlier than the general population.

While most people know those with bipolar disorder experience periods of “ups” and “downs,” it can be hard to understand exactly what that mean

My eyes open with a start. My body is jolted from the dream. What was that noise? Was it someone fiddling with the lock? Are the neighbors trashing the front yard?

"So just recently I went out on a date, and it was fantastic," begins Dr. Danielle Sheypuk in her TEDx Talk.

Medical marijuana will soon be easier to access amid moves by the Federal Government to loosen importation laws.

While social media is a great way to wind down by watching funny cat videos, or showing followers what you ate for breakfast, for many people, it's a lifeline.

Ryan Mann spent many summer holidays as a child jumping off the Henley Jetty in South Australia but a cliff diving accident two years ago in Perth changed the course of his life.

A spinal stimulator being tested by doctors at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is showing promise in restoring hand strength and movement to a Cal

Before I had my son, Miles, I didn’t know anyone with Down syndrome.

Timing is everything in business, and so it was when our team at ANZ introduced new accessible features on debit cards in late 2016.  

According to around 20% of the Australian population identify as having a disability; of these, 88% take a 

In Australia all children over 6 years of age have to attend school. This can be at the local public school, a Catholic school, an independent school or even home schooling.

The Australian Good Food and Travel Guide offers a list of restaurants with Disabled Access by State, Region and even City.

Royal Rehab have a comprehensive program called Return2Sport which is the go-to service to help you discover community based sport, recreation and leisure opportunities tailored to your abilities.

Thinking of taking a short interstate trip to Brisbane ? Do your homework and make sure you check out which hotels are the most accessible.

Australia’s best dining, cutting-edge cultural events and a backyard full of natural beauty – Brisbane’s top experiences are accessible via wheelchair.