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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. 

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.

The apprentice

Shane Cubis - Made You Look 2014 contributor
Twenty-year-old Joshua Joseph has a head for numbers as well as a newfound passion for cars, thanks to his job in an Auburn automotive workshop. 

First year on the job

Johanna Garvin

Johanna Garvin is 25 and she taking her first exciting steps into the workforce. It hasn’t just been her disability (cerebral palsy) that has posed the biggest challenge to security work. In the world of film and television jobs are notoriously scarce and the competition for them incredibly fierce. Johanna shares some of the thrills as well as the spills she’s encountered as she’s worked to get that all important foot in the door.

NSW in the National Disability Awards

The National Disability Awards are held every year in the lead-up to the International Day of People with Disability.

Meet Cormac

Cormac Ryan
Cormac Ryan is our youngest ever Don't DIS my ABILITY ambassador. He is seven turning eight soon and wrote about what he likes doing!

Just have a go and do your best!

Christopher Bunton
2014 Don’t DIS my ABILITY ambassador Chris Bunton’s ‘can do’ attitude has seen him represent Australia and rise to new challenges.

I need you

Graeme Innes AM
Graeme Innes AM, 2014 Don't DIS my ABILITY ambassador, shares a message about inclusion.

If you don’t try, you’ve already failed

Matthew Hennig
Inner strength, determination and a sense of humour are the driving forces for 2014 Don’t DIS my ABILITY ambassador Matthew Hennig’s inspiring life.

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