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Category Archives: disability issues

Cartoon illustrations for Queensland Advocacy for Inclusion‘s guide to the Optional Protocol to the Convention Against Torture. Two earlier QAI illustrated guides can be seen here.

Independence Educational Publishers are “Cambridge-based educational publishers of books and online resources that tackle important social issues. Our products present accessible information on topics such as drugs, relationship abuse, racial discrimination, poverty, and many more.” These are some of the cartoon illustrations from their latest set of books on Alcohol Addiction, National Health, Housing, Disability, Pregnancy and Teen Self-care.

Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

Virtual Reality experiences for people in aged care homes. Some simple images to help explain the safety and care instructions for a project being developed by The Ageing Revolution in collaboration with AgeTech, ‘Ageing is the problem. In-house Innovation is our solution’.

As Australia enters its eighth week of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, thousands of the nation’s most vulnerable are still waiting for their first dose. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

Disability advocates have slammed proposed changes to the National Disability Insurance Scheme detailed in leaked draft legislation, amid fears the government plans to deny vulnerable people support and shut out the voices of advocacy groups‘. Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon

The Aged Care Royal Commission’s final report has been released by the Federal Government. Stephen Duckett and Anika Stobart write ‘…the commissioners diverged on a number of large and some smaller recommendations. This makes the already complex path to reform even more confusing. It reduces the power of the final report. More disappointingly, it gives the government room to pick and choose recommendations as the cabinet likes.’ Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

‘Disability advocates fear the introduction of independent assessments in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a cost cutting measure to reduce the number of people in the program, despite the government’s insistence the change will make the eligibility process simpler and fairer.’ Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. 

Some pages from an easy-English booklet produced by Queensland Advocacy to assist people with an intellectual disability understand the new Queensland Human Rights Act.

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Cartoons used in Aged Care Matters director Sarah Russell’s research report: Older People living well with in-home support presented to the Aged Care Quality and Safety Royal Commission in Adelaide today. Dealing with service providers was like “going to war”, read news report here.

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