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    DDA: Disability Standards for Education 2005

    Disability Standards for Education were formulated under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and tabled in the Parliament on 17 March 2005. They came into effect in August 2005. The Standards clarify the obligations of education and training providers to ensure that students with disabilities are able to access and participate in education without experiencing discrimination.

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    Auslan: Sign Planet

    This site allows you to browse, search, view and save images of AUSLAN Signs, or upload ones you've created yourself that you'd like to share with others.

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    DDA: Disability Discrimination Act cases and determinations

    From this Australian Human Rights Commission page you can find information relating to Disability Discrimination Act cases including: Conciliated settlements, Court decisions, Commission decisions, Decline/termination decisions.

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    National Relay Service (NRS)

    The National Relay Service (NRS) is provided by the Australian Communications Exchange (ACE). By typing on a textphone or computer with a modem, people who are Deaf, or have a hearing or speech / communication impairment, can contact anyone with a Relay Officer facilitating the call. This Australia-wide service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year.