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It took a long time for his peers to realise Shaun Markham was exceptionally bright.
He says being named dux of King’s High School in 2012 seemed to be a turning point, when other pupils accepted he had academic ability.
A Toronto restaurant called “Signs” is staffed entirely with Deaf waiters, a first for Canada.
Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham is a 22 year-old wheelchair moto-cross athlete from Las Vegas, Nevada. He is the third of six children, all adopted. Aaron has a passion for what he does, not only is it a lot of fun, but he wants to change the world’s perception of people in wheelchairs, as well as helping everyone see his/her own challenges in a new way.
Superb talent from Mick Sattin on X-Factor Australia.
This year’s Glastonbury festival is the first ever to be awarded “gold” status by campaigners who want better access for deaf and disabled people at concerts and music venues. Festival organisers said the award was a sign of how “society is changing the way it thinks and acts towards disability”.
Philip Patston, the former comedian committed to social change, was recognised at the Arts Access Awards 2014 on 29 July when he received the inaugural Arts Access Accolade.