2016 IASSIDD World Congress Day 216 Aug 2016: It's day two of the IASSIDD World Congress in Melbourne and we're continuing to show the difference employing people can make, not only to the person being employed but to the whole community.
We've got films playing on the TV next to us in the booth and handouts for people to take away with them. So I think we're equipped for the task.
If you're going to be in Melbourne this Friday, we still have plenty of spots available for our Focus On Ability afternoon screening at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne. It's free and refreshments are provided, so why not come along. For details on the event, get in touch or head over to the Focus On Ability Facebook page.
Check back during the week for photos and updates on how we're going.
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