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Commonwealth Games were far better Integrated But Society Needs to Catch Up

The Commonwealth Games integrated the para-games into the main event which was fantastic and should serve as an example to other events on how to incorporate accessibility. However society in general still needs much improvement with basic infrastructure such as transport still having a long way to go.
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What is an MLAK Key & How It Can Help The Disabled With Accessibility

The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) enables people who are physically challenged to have 24-hour access to public facilities. The MLAK system has been installed in elevators at railway stations, toilets in Council municipalities and National Parks, and in adaptive playground equipment throughout Australia.
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Guide Dog User Refused Boarding Onto a Bus

A guide dog user was refused boarding onto a public bus in Melbourne Australia. The driver even called the police on her. Watch the video interview.
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What needs to be considered when travelling in a wheelchair? John and Ange Miezitis Speak Out

Hear an interview with a wheelchair user of 30 years who travels the world with his wife and is a self described foodie. They discuss air travel & accessible accommodation.
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Welcome to Travel For All

We are very happy to welcome you to Travel For All. Today we launch Stage 1 of Travel For All, our blog and forums.
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Museums Present Visual Art As Beautiful Things You Can Touch

A shift is taking place in museums and the way art history is presented globally.  More museums now value visitor experience and at the same time, there is a growing emphasis on accessibility.
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Making Our Cities Accessible For People With Disabilities Is Easier Than You Think

You would think a city that each year hosts Australia’s largest conference for people with disability would be the most accessible for all people. Not according to our research which highlights 119 issues that need fixing if Geelong, Victoria, wants to be a model “city for all”.
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