Friday, 7 November 2014

Don't DIS my ABILITY 2014 ambassadors and posters

From the Don’t DIS my ABILITY website, announcements for the 2014 campaign:
Ambassadors support and strengthen the Don’t DIS my ABILITY campaign by serving as its voice. Ambassadors share their personal stories and campaign messages, ultimately raising awareness of the abilities and achievements of people with disability. 
The 2014 ambassadors are a diverse group of people from across NSW who represent a range of backgrounds, ages and disabilities ...
Our congratulations to all the 2014 ambassadors, who you can read about here - especially to Christopher Bunton. What a wonderful, and hard working year you are having:
Christopher lives by his personal mottos: don’t give up, just have a go and reach your personal best. In 2010 Chris, who has Down Syndrome, achieved great results in the Higher School Certificate and has gone on to complete a Certificate III in Sports and Recreation. Twenty one year old Chris gives it his all and has represented Australia in the Special Olympics in gymnastics. He also loves to perform with Accessible Arts. Chris lives in St Clair with his family.  

Posters released this year's Don't DIS myAbility campaign:


'Include or exclude? It's your choice' message detail:





Download a large-format (A2) .pdf version here
- where you will be able to read the text easily.

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