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Rights Information and Advocacy Centre (RIAC) is a not-for-profit organisation that builds the capacity and wellbeing of individuals, families, carers and communities through advocacy and support services.

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OUR VISION

Improving the lives of people by helping to build the capacity and wellbeing of individuals, families, carers and communities.

OUR MISSION

To encourage achievement and acceptance of all individuals (irrespective of age, religion, race, sexual identity, culture or disability) through the provision of quality support and service.  To also ensure an understanding of the life difficulties (of all areas) of diversity and disability.

OUR CORE VALUES

Respect
Independence
Acceptance
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Meet Maayan Ziv, the Toronto photographer whose app is remapping accessibility around the world.
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Great idea for helping each other. There is however a bigger problem when it is accepted by the wider community that people with disabilities can't access streetscapes and buildings.

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“Thanks to Dad for making me more mature.”

Could introducing “chaos” into the lives of teenagers with autism be helpful? This father embarked on a radical experiment to improve his son’s social skills. Read story: ab.co/2eGsmjS

‘My Son Sam’ TONIGHT #AustralianStory

Autism World Magazine Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) Autism Queensland Autism Speaks AutismTalk AutismMumma - a wellbeing, special needs and autism blog Autism Mum Tips & Ideas Griffith University ABIA - Autism Behavioural Intervention Association Autism Perth W.A Autism America Sam's Best Shot Autism, Asperger's and Related Conditions from Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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