Disability and social service links – 5 May

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Thomas Banks is raising funds to finish a film about sex and disability.

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Editorial from 1981 about the Jerry Lewis US telethon for muscular dystrophy is worth revisiting, as it comes to an end, as are the words of the so-called ‘Jerry’s Kids.’

Yet more delays in sorting out paying people a fair wage, with the Australian Human Rights Commission extending the time to sort it out.

Some ideas to make dealing with telcos easier for people who are deaf and blind.

Uber has launched a ‘disability-friendly‘ service, called UberASSIST and is calling for drivers with accessible vehicles to get involved. No mention if the rates are going to be different, or if the app is accessible, but they’ve put captions and audio on the blog post.

ACOSS weighs into the debate about ‘Struggle Street’, while the Telegraph…

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