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The University of Sydney's Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies has been awarded an AI for Accessibility grant from Microsoft to support its efforts for people living with epilepsy. 

For the last 3 years at Remarkable we have seen that technology truly can transform the lives of people with disability.

CPA spoke to Libbie Doherty, Acting Head of Children’s Content at the ABC to find out what the ABC’s strategy is for inclusion and representation.

CPA Speech Pathologist on the success of More Than Words®, a program that teaches parents to support children (from birth to five years) with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or social communication difficulties.

Want to know how to choose the right communication device for you or your child and make the most of your NDIS funding? Our expertise in Assistive Technology and the NDIS means we know how to help.

Mon 1 Apr 2019
7 Remarkable new startups

Leading disability tech accelerator, Remarkable, has just launched its fourth cohort with 7 startups creating technology for the benefit of people with disability.

Co-creators of 'The Angus Project' Nina Oyama and Angus Thompson explain why it is a big deal that able-bodied people like Bryan Cranston and Janelle Monae are nicking disabled actors' roles.

Wed 27 Mar 2019
Your voice at CPA

Expressions of interest are now open for Your Voice, a group of clients and families who share their insights and feedback to improve CPA for everyone

Michael Stanton, 21, was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at age two. Up until May last year, he was living at home, had no job and had few interactions with friends without parental assistance. His life changed after PEERS.