Posted: 27 February 2014

Funding Cuts Block Path for at Risk Youth

Dignity for Disability's candidate for Little Para, Scott Whelan, says unexpected and unjustified cuts to government funding of Barkuma's successful Better Pathways program, which assists students with disability and disadvantage who are disengaged from school, defies logic and will result...

Posted: 27 February 2014

Disability Policy Announced: A plan to Make the “Fair Go” a Reality

Dignity for Disability Leader Kelly Vincent MLC today unveiled her party’s eight-point policy on disability that sets South Australia on track to make the “fair go” inclusive for all. “We are a party that doesn’t just oppose, we also propose...

Posted: 26 February 2014

Disability Policy to be Announced: A Plan to Make the “Fair Go” a Reality

What: Dignity for Disability Party Leader Kelly Vincent will launch the d4d disability policy for the 2014 state election as part of the Adelaide Town Hall IDASA Disability Forum.  Ms Vincent will be the sharing the stage, on disability issues,...

Posted: 26 February 2014

International Wheelchair Day – Roll a Mile in my Wheels

Dignity for Disability candidate for Unley, Joanne Blesing, is asking South Australians to help make a difference to someone’s life on International Wheelchair Day, 1st March 2014. International Wheelchair Day is a day of celebration for wheelchair users around the...

Posted: 26 February 2014

Dignity for Disability – Ageing Policy Launch

Welcome – thanks for coming. I am very proud and excited to launch Dignity for Disability’s Ageing South Australians policy today. The Dignity for Disability party is not just about achieving dignity for people with disabilities – despite our namesake...

Posted: 26 February 2014

Ageing Doesn’t Mean Fading: d4d Announces Rights-Based Older Citizens Policy

Dignity for Disability today released its ageing South Australians policy – anchored by the introduction of new legislation to protect the right of older citizens to live free from abuse and retain their autonomy. Leader of the party Kelly Vincent...

Posted: 26 February 2014

Ageing Doesn’t Mean Fading: d4d Announces Rights-Based Older Citizens Policy

What: Dignity for Disability Party Leader Kelly Vincent will launch the d4d ageing policy for the 2014 state election. When: Wednesday February 26, 2014. Time: 10:30am. Where: The Elder Park Rotunda, Elder Park, Adelaide.

Posted: 24 February 2014

Banging the Drum for Early Childhood Services

Dignity for Disability has today announced their early childhood plan, incorporating a daily music component, for the 2014 State Election. “Daily musical experiences for all children is the cornerstone of Dignity for Disability’s plan for early childhood services,” says Party...

Posted: 15 February 2014

How About a 21st Century Campaign Program?

Dignity for Disability Leader Kelly Vincent MLC has called on South Australian political parties to get into the 21st century and start campaigning in a more accessible fashion. “So here we are on Day 1 of the official election campaign...

Posted: 14 February 2014

The NDIS is Not a Political Football

South Australian Dignity for Disability Leader Kelly Vincent MLC today urged both the Abbott Government and the Shorten Opposition to maintain focus on delivering the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). “It says much about the state of the politics game...

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