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2016 IASSIDD World Congress Day 3

17 Aug 2016: Day three of the IASSIDD World Congress in Melbourne is here. Things are moving along but our TV has decided to work only when it chooses to. Current theories as to why this is range from it being bored with the videos that we've been playing on it, to demonic possession.

Over the last couple of days, I've met people from several countries and learnt a little about the disability employment practises used and old them about what we do here.

How and where we place people, and how we support them have been the common topics of conversation when talking about Nova.

Focus On Ability continues to gain attention and those I've spoken to have all said they are going to go to the website and checkout some of the films.

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