Disabilities come in all forms, from physical to mental, visible and invisible. They affect individuals in all walks of life, and it’s not unusual to hear tales of Hollywood celebrities living with some of these conditions. We most commonly hear of depression and addiction, which are nothing to be
AUDIO: The addition of video cameras to interact with gaming technology was a turning point for UTAS researcher Dr Stuart Smith in using video games for patient rehabilitation, he told an IT in aged care conference last week.
A third of new buildings inspected last year did not meet accessibility standards and the majority required alterations, according to the National Commission Persons with Disability. In its annual report for 2013, the commission said 33 per cent of the 71 properties it examined were not given a...
Although gender equality has received more limelight in Southern Africa, the plight of women with disabilities poses challenges to the gains made. Women with disabilities make up a sizeable population in the world, with 65-70% of these women living in rural areas and are from low and middle income countries.
EFANET in solidarity with its partners and the global community recently commemorated the Global Action Week (GAW) on the theme "education and disability," at a ceremony held at the GTU Secretariat, along the MDI road. The theme for this year commemoration, "education and disability" highlights the needs to ensure the right to education for all, including person with disabilities by challenging the social and cultural beliefs that exclude children with disabilities and other vulnerable groups from educatio
Legal, administrative and accessibility barriers can prevent millions of voters with disabilities from taking part in elections, according to research. A report from the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) analyses data on the political participation of people with disabilities across the 28...
Today sees a great milestone for disability-inclusive international development – the World Health Assembly has committed to an action plan which aims to secure better health for people with disabilities.
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