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Wearing your heart on your wheels

Jo Berry
What is it like to have one of the most sensitive parts of your life on display around the clock? Jo Berry explores what it means to have a visible disability.

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The end of school abyss

Jo Berry
Jo Berry, 2014 Don’t DIS my ABILITY ambassador calls for a ‘fighting chance’!

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Climbing Mount Everest

David Napier
David Napier, one of the 2013 Don’t DIS my ABILITY ambassadors, has had a trying year. He provides an insight into the challenges that he has faced and his determination to overcome them.

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Sailing into a new life

Brett Whiteley
Accept, get on with life and live it to the fullest – that’s 2014 Don’t DIS my ABILITY ambassador and campaign face Brett Whiteley’s motto.

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Is your husband blind?

Donna Purcell
Donna Purcell, 2014 Don’t DIS my ABILITY ambassador, on the questions we ask when getting to know new people. 

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You live and you learn

Prue McCarthy
Education has played an important and ongoing role in the life of Prue McCarthy.

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