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Lego Braille bricks

LEGO Braille Bricks make their way down under.
This new toy normalises braille and allows sighted kids and those who are blind or have low vision to play together…

Penguin Bloom

Based on a true story starring Naomi Watts, Jackie Weaver and Andrew Lincoln, this movie is a ‘raw and authentic’ representation of disability…

Do you want to explore the great outdoors?

With wheelchair accessible trails, some Australian National Parks offer TrailRiders free for hire. TrailRiders are a piece of equipment which allows a person with mobility restrictions to access tracks that are not wheelchair accessible, including walks with stairs…

‘Quiet Space’ low-sensory program

Kmart launches ‘Quiet Space’ low-sensory program with autistic people in mind.
Every Wednesday from 3.30pm to 5.30pm, the “Quiet Space” program will involve changes to the in-store environment, including dimmed lighting, quieter music,…

Discover 8 sensory Christmas crafts for kids

Sensory activities can benefit children with developmental disorders or disabilities such as autism in several ways, as they can help with stimulating the brain and improving sensory processing systems, communication skills, coordination and motor skills.