News for people with disability
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Winners announced for the 2013 National Disability Awards.
A story about a boy who hasn’t let his hearing loss stop him from chasing his dreams.
Disability questions answered live on our Facebook page on 3 December 2013.
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Legislation to abolish the Schoolkids Bonus was introduced into Parliament on 13 November 2013.
If you’re travelling overseas this Christmas, make sure you know the rules around taking prescription medicines with you.
Your reporting and payment dates may be affected over the Christmas, New Year and Australia Day holiday period.
Welcome to the first issue of News for people with disability.
International Day of People with Disability is celebrated on 3 December 2013 worldwide.
On 15 October 2013, a live Q and A event took place on our Facebook page and a number of carer questions were answered.
A one-off payment to provide assistance to people affected by acts of terrorism overseas.
It is important you understand the eligibility requirements and the claim process before you apply.
Individuals, teams and organisations have been announced as finalists for the 2013 National Disability Awards.
Achieve greater self-sufficiency for Disability Support Pension recipients wanting to return to employment or study.
Some tips on how to keep the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme affordable for everyone.
By the end of 2013 all Australians will need to have a set top box or digital TV in order to continue watching free to air television.
Teens have an increased risk of dental disease. 50 per cent will have a history of dental decay in their permanent teeth.
The Better Start for Children with Disability initiative gives better access to early intervention services.
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