Chrys Barker has been confined to a wheelchair and in need of 24-hour care since being critically injured in a car accident in 2014. He's now been awarded what is believed to be the biggest single personal injury settlement in Queensland.
Jodie Pearce relies on Tonsley railway station in Adelaide's south to get to appointments in the CBD, and says closing it will force locals with disabilities to stay home.
The alleged mastermind behind a scheme targeting 70 disabled Australians and their carers "boasted" about the millions of dollars made in fraudulent payments from the National Disability Insurance Scheme, a Sydney court hears.
The Victorian Environment Minister has been asked to intervene over a Parks Victoria decision that is likely to sink a long-running business, taking a volunteer "riding for the disabled" group with it.
A former student at Mount Isa State Special School returns as mascot 'Miner Mick', bringing joy and good behaviour outcomes to students.
After lifting two bulky suitcases at work, Marianna Kinsey ended up with a catastrophically injured back and can no longer work. Now she says her workers compensation is preventing her from living the life she wants.
A carer for a teenager with severe disabilities who choked to death on a latex glove rejects a suggestion from the girl's mother that respite facility staff knew the child needed to be supervised while unrestrained.
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An Australian wheelchair rugby player's upcoming international debut will mark a historic moment for women's sport and a personal milestone for a woman determined to excel in the school of hard knocks.
The father kicked out of an A-League match in controversial circumstances has told 7.30 he may not take his football-loving daughter to a game again.