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19 November 2020

NDIS and Supported Disability Housing during COVID-19

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Dec 01 2014

Doors and Dunnies

We work a lot with architects to get doorways circulation areas, clear widths and latch side clearances correct under AS1428.1.  We also do a lot of work making sure accessible toilets are appropriate with circulation areas of pan, basin and shower, as well as fixtures and fittings in accordance with AS1428.1.

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Dec 01 2014

The Need for Changing Places Toilets

Thanks to the provision of public toilet facilities, most people can leave their house, visit a shopping centre, attend a concert from their favourite artist, watch a cricket match live and enjoy the outdoors in a public park knowing there will be toilet facilities nearby.

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Dec 01 2014

On Trial: Accessible Design at Courthouses

It is not inconceivable for participants in the judicial system to have a disability.  The design of courthouses and courtrooms, however, should not be such that it constitutes a barrier for a person that happens to have a disability when attending court, whether in the capacity of supporting their friend or loved one in court, or facing a charge, or pursuing legal redress, or acting as an advocate, or serving as a witness, a juror, or a judge.

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