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Celebrating International Day of People with Disability

Our Brotherhood NDIS team hosted a community celebration for International Day of People with Disability on Friday 30 November. We were joined by guest speakers including writer, speaker and appearance activist Carly Findlay and visually impaired photographer Andrew Follows, who has a positive outlook and determination which has led him to exhibit his work internationally and photograph major sporting events including the 2018 Commonwealth Games and Australian Grand Prix.

It was an afternoon celebrating the achievements of people with disability in our community as well as a conversation of where we are at and where we need to be on our journey toward an inclusive and accessible society

Check out some of the photos from the celebration below!

A woman, two men and a guide dog pose for a photo in front of a vase of pink flowers

Uncle John Baxter, Carly Findlay, Andrew Follows with guide dog, Leo.

A group of people sitting at a table for afternoon tea

Guests at the IDPwD afternoon tea.

A woman in green tights giving a speech at a lectern while another woman looks on

Guest speaker Carly Findlay.

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