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There was way more to the October Football Camp Weekend than kicking a ball around. For a start, the current Pararoo captain Chris Pyne (wearing the yellow cap) led the football sessions.

It’s a good idea to start planning your child’s transition to school well before their first day. Here are some tips on how you can ease the way for your son or daughter so they are prepared for the challenges that may come their way.

Hearing how other people have created a rewarding working life is only one of the attractions of Career Labs for teens and young adults. Connie Cai (pictured left) and Nicole Lu reveal what else they enjoyed following a recent career lab.

A brighter future could be closer than you think because the Remarkable Accelerator Program is aiming to harness the power of technological innovation to drive inclusion of people with disabilities.

“Be kind to yourself,” advises a parent of a child who has cerebral palsy. “Don’t continually focus on what needs to be done. Remember to look at what you’ve accomplished."

More than 60 countries celebrated World CP Day on 6 October in a growing social movement aimed at creating real change in the lives of people with cerebral palsy around the globe. Cerebral Palsy Alliance coordinates this initiative.

Daniel Michel and Spencer Cotie recently won gold medals for Boccia at a World Open event – the first gold medals for Australia in Boccia ever! And Daniel's NDIS plan helped get him there.

The parents of the four children who attended the first intensive HABIT-ILE program held at the Allambie Heights campus in July are keen for their kids to attend the January 2018 session.

So you signed up for Steptember and now the month is underway and you need to step it up in terms of fundraising. Feeling daunted? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Follow these easy tips and you’ll be looking like a hero in no time.