Friday, I went to the Disability Pride March in Adelaide and on reflecting on it, there is so much to unpack. I won’t unpack it all here now. Yes, weather was quite hot, held on a weekday mid-day and there … Continue reading →
In November, I went to Bangkok, Thailand, to assist in the launch of the Thailand Chapter of International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC). As a part of the launch, Nitha Ungsuprasert, Managing Director of the CLUE Centre in … Continue reading →
The Christopher Newell Prize recognises and commemorates the research and commitment of the late Revd Canon Dr Christopher Newell AM who was a strong advocate of the the needs of people with disabilities and their rights to access telecommunications during … Continue reading →
From the FIFA.com website:
Video reports from all 64 matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ will be broadcast in International Sign on FIFA.com.
For the first time, the Official Website of FIFA and the FIFA World Cup … Continue reading →
The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy announced his intention to roll out an SMS Emergency Service and foreshadowed expansions to the NRS to deliver more accessibility to communications services in the future.
THIS IS … Continue reading →
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DARRYL Sellwood and Corns ey’s All Stars band are on a mission.
That is, to get Darryl Dazz to his mates to Barcelona for the International ISAAC conference on Augmentative and Alternative Communication for his Honours … Continue reading →
The big news of the week in the world relay services is the US FCC has targeted Video Relay Services in a national fraud case:
Twenty-six employees of seven companies that provide translation services to the deaf and hearing impaired … Continue reading →