AND's most popular content of 2017

Thu 4 January 2018

With so much content out there, it’s hard to keep up. So, before we all delve too deeply into the new year, let’s take some time to look back on what Australian Network on Disability (AND) members, subscribers and followers were most interested in during 2017.

Most popular articles by AND

  1. Enhancing workplace access and inclusion
  2. New Manager’s Guide to Disability Inclusion launched
  3. The secrets to an inclusive workplace
  4. Disability etiquette
  5. A world-first look into the psychological safety of Australian employees

Top 5 Facebook posts

  1. Apple and Cochlear launch product that streams calls straight to implant in ear, Sydney Morning Herald
  2. Young Aussies share how hard work can be with an invisible disability, PEDESTRIAN.TV
  3. Jordon Steele-John, the 'political nerd' who is ringing the changes, Guardian Australia
  4. Why you shouldn't touch someone's wheelchair without permission, The Mighty
  5. Maltesers unveils Braille billboard in next phase of disability campaign, Campaign

Top 5 LinkedIn posts

  1. Everybody has a role to play, Queensland Government
  2. Sydney June roundtable: Mental wellbeing, innovation and accessible communications, AND
  3. Welcoming new faces into our network, AND
  4. Supporting students with disability to step into employment, AND
  5. Why we need to change the way we view disability in the workplace, SBS

Top 5 Tweets

  1. Australian built environment failing people with disability, Sourceable
  2. Defiant Lives: new documentary about disability that's already hit an obstacle, Sydney Morning Herald
  3. I am tired of people being scared of my face, which is why I'm putting it on TV, Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Designing for disability: the businesses breaking down barriers, Guardian Australia
  5. Inclusive language, AND

We want to hear from you. What topics interest you most? What types of resources do you find most valuable? What sort of content will help you achieve your access and inclusion goals in 2018? Send your suggestions to

Wishing you all a successful, enjoyable new year. We look forward to sharing in your journey towards disability confidence in 2018.

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