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The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) has published research findings from its Talking Families public communication campaign. The report describes facilitators of, and barriers to, parents' help-seeking and help-accepting behaviour, and the community's help-offering behaviour. The...
If you or someone close to you is experiencing suicidal thoughts or feelings, safety planning can help you get through the tough moments. Every day around 200 Australians attempt suicide, while many more think about it. When thoughts of suicide begin it can be hard for people to know what to do,...
If you were born before 1952, you join the estimated 3.6 million Australians (19 per cent of the adult population) who are aged 65 and over. Given that this older group’s exposure to the internet began only in middle age, how engaged with the digital world are they today? The Australian...
Any parent will tell you that raising kids is one of the biggest, most rewarding challenges you’ll face in life, especially when it’s all new and you’re still figuring out how to dismantle the pram without losing a thumb. Beyondblue has been following a group of new dads on their journey into...
Treasurer Curtis Pitt has outlined three shortlisted proponents seeking to deliver innovative services under the state government’s Social Benefit Bonds program . Mr Pitt said there had been strong interest in the pilot Social Benefit Bonds initiative that will involve investors, the social...
The Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) Approach is how the NDIS is delivering early childhood intervention for children aged 0-6 years. The overall aim of ECEI is to ensure that parents or primary caregivers are able to provide young children who have developmental delay or disabilities with...
The Queensland Government has strengthened its domestic violence laws to allow police to act more quickly to protect women and children fleeing violence and by allowing courts to extend Domestic Violence Orders for up to five years. New laws passed by Parliament yesterday will require magistrates...
The University of Southhampton is running a free online course around digital inclusion, titled Digital Accessibility: Enabling Participation in the Information Society . The course runs for five weeks, commencing on 17 October 2016. This course will help you to understand how those with sensory,...
Four organisations in the disability sector share how and why they responded to sector changes by launching an innovation strategy. Three months into the full implementation of the biggest reform the disability sector in Australia has ever seen, Social Ventures Australia spoke to four disability...
An innovation that revolutionises the ease and speed of creating accessible documents in Microsoft Word, the Document Accessibility Toolbar (DAT) supports individuals and organisations to embrace accessibility as ‘business as usual’ at no cost. The DAT puts the power of accessible functionality...

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