Just to add to the intrigue... we've managed to secure a prize for the second place team!
The Attitude Trust is now offering two scholarships for people living with a disability to study in the field of Communications for 2015.
Check out this video to see Brenden Borrellini, a photographer who is deaf and blind, call the shots.
Leah was born in August 2012, our first little bundle of joy. Looking back there were warning signs but being happy first-time parents, we overlooked them
Shining a spotlight on what is a fun, flexible and fulfilling career.
When it comes to disability, there’s so much information out there, it can be difficult and time-consuming to find the details you need. At AttitudeLive we’re keeping it simple.
If you have a disability and you're looking for a job, there may be challenges along the way, but there are many resources available to you.
There can be many barriers to the human right to education. Knowledge of entitlements, supports and services will help.
Living independently doesn’t mean you want to do everything yourself, it simply means having more choice and control over your daily life.
Accessibility means removing barriers and giving everyone equal access to products, services and environments.
If you’re newly disabled through accident, illness or genetics, you probably have a million questions.