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Employing Disability Part 2: Deficit Or Strength? You Choose!

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Employing Disability Part 2: Deficit Or Strength? You Choose!

Meet Emma from Townsville Australia., who was born with many limiting conditions, which to many people being seen as impossibilities. With the support of her mum Jo, they put up a fight and show everyone that all things are possible if you choose to focus on the right thing.

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Employing Disability - PART 1: Employing disability in a cafe setting

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Employing Disability - PART 1: Employing disability in a cafe setting

What is it like to work along people with disability? For employers, you would need to know what would be involved to be able to consider doing it. Is it something feasible? How will it impact the person with disability, the business and also the customers? This interview shared an insight story of one cafe owner with her experience employing 4 staff with disability.

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The Unexpected Surprises From All Sorts of Emotions

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The Unexpected Surprises From All Sorts of Emotions

Just a week before the Term 1 school holiday, Jonathan was invited to participate in the Youth Week Inaugural Art Exhibition for all abilities in Baulkham Hills, an event collaboration between "At The Corner" and "The Hills Council". The theme was "Be Your Own Kind Of Beautiful".

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How Our Products Are Entering Retail Stores

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How Our Products Are Entering Retail Stores

Now you can see, feel and touch our range of products in bricks and mortar stores! Have you been wondering what the qualities are like, how thick are our paper or how our bags are against your body? Find out where you can find us!

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One Day In Code Camp Workshop

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One Day In Code Camp Workshop

Have you ever been frustrated at the amount of time your child spends on their iPad or computer playing games? It seems that’s all they love to do. All other stuff lose their appeal because nothing else can compete with the fun coming from these games.  I noticed that with my kids. A LOT. I thought why these games seem to engage so much. But then I thought, maybe this strong interest can be used for teaching opportunity. Instead of just playing on it, they should try create it. And that’s how I thought places like Code Camp may be able to help. Code...

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