I'm Susan, I'm vision impaired and this is my story about the frustration I experienced when last year my bus company changed the timetables and didn't advertise it in accessible formats.Read more
"My dignity was kind of trampled on....
Employment is such a necessary part of feeling valuable a lot of the time and feeling like you have something to contribute.
It is really important that we make the whole application and acceptance and work process as accessible as possible.Read more
When talking about access people usually focus on the accessibility to buildings or rooms. The Access Matters campaign is showing that there are other facets besides physical access.Read more
Jock Gibson secured a work placement that has taken him to dizzying heights.Read more
I have several mental health issues including schizophrenia, depression and PTSD as well as cardiomyopathy, chronic back pain and fatigue. I would like to work but require support to do so.Read more
"They looked at me like I was from another planet".Read more
I am visually impaired and recently travelled to Singapore with my intellectually disabled daughter via Australia on an Australian airline.Read more
I am Renata & this is my daughter Te Akau. She is my world and the dearest part of my life.Read more
I have relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. I was originally diagnosed in 1984 with primary progressive multiple sclerosis and have been required to undertake most of my rehabilitation independently.Read more