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Down Syndrome Australia calls for an end to discrimination on the basis of disability in migration policy

5 August 2019

Down Syndrome Australia (DSA) is pleased to learn about changes to the migration requirements for people with a disability which were revealed today. We are disappointed, however, that these changes do not go far enough to end the discriminatory approach of preventing migration based on the hypothetical cost of the disability. See full media release


Website survey: tell us what you think

17 June 2019

Down Syndrome Australia is working with the state and territory Down syndrome associations to build a new national website. We would like to ask you a few questions so that we can build a new site that meets your needs.  Would you complete this three-minute survey and tell us what you think? There is also an Easy Read version of this survey.

Election 2019: Party policies on disability issues

16 May 2019

With just a few days to go until polling day, we thought it was a good time to have a last look at how the Liberal, Labor and Greens parties have responded. DSA has developed a document comparing the policies of the three major parties on disability specific issues.

New publication: Down syndrome and mental health

8 May 2019

Down Syndrome Australia (DSA) has published a new resource to support the mental health of people with Down syndrome. Down syndrome and Mental Health provides information and tips for people with Down syndrome and their families to help maintain good mental health.

Making decisions: a resource to support people with Down syndrome

17 April 2019

Down Syndrome Australia has published a new resource focused on decision making. Supported decision making and Down syndrome explains what supported decision making is, why it is important, and how to make it happen.

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