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Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and Stroke Week – Angel’s story

Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and Stroke Week – Angel’s story

Posted on Thursday 3rd September 2020

Hear from Angel Dixon, 2019 Young Australian of the Year and Dignity Ambassador for The Hopkins Centre, share her personal experience this Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and National Stroke Week

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Social barriers for the hard of hearing

Social barriers for the hard of hearing

Posted on Thursday 23rd July 2020

Hi, my name is Jo. I am part of the Dignity Project team. I experience hearing loss and this blog post is about the social/attitudinal barriers I encounter and some of the tips and tricks I’ve learnt along the way.

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Posted on Thursday 21st May 2020

Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) exists to bring awareness to digital access and inclusion. It specifically refers to accessibility for people with disability or impairments and is marked annually on the third Thursday of May.

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Share our project promotional collateral

Posted on Wednesday 29th April 2020

Project Promotional Collateral

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Wednesday 29th April 2020     Dignity Project


Welcome to the Community Hub

Welcome to the Community Hub

Posted on Tuesday 28th April 2020

My name is Angel, I am the moderator of the Dignity Project’s Community Hub. As an activist with a particular interest in the rights of people with disability, I was naturally drawn to the Dignity Project and to this role.

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COVID 19 Impact and Future

Posted on Thursday 16th April 2020

The big question is, will COVID – 19 fast track the changes we need as a community of people with disability and have lasting effects on inclusion or will the adaptations being made to work within COVID – 19 regulations remain as pandemic action plans only?

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Thursday 16th April 2020     COVID-19, Dignity, Moderator, Angel Dixon


The Importance of Dignity and The Dignity Project

Posted on Tuesday 3rd March 2020

The Dignity Project Part I and The Dignity Project Community Hub will both be launching soon. Stay tuned to become a member of the Community Hub and to share your experiences via an online questionnaire, both launching in April.

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Hopkins Centre receives grant to help connect those with a disability

Hopkins Centre receives grant to help connect those with a disability

Posted on Tuesday 6th August 2019

Metro South Health and Griffith University’s Hopkins Centre has launched a citizen science project allowing people with disabilities to share their experiences and stories to improve the services that these people need and use.

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Tuesday 6th August 2019