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Enabled Futures

In January 2016, 21 Australian undergraduate students from three institutions had their Enabled Futures journey and experienced disability and ageing in Singapore. Last July 15, 2016, two of our Enablers, Stephanie Nguyen and Arbaz Khan (4th Year Engineering/Commerce), wrote the feature story below for The Australian National University… Continue Reading Enabled Futures

Enabled Futures: Singapore 2016

Enabled Futures: Singapore 2016 In January 2016 the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s New Colombo Plan enabled 21 Australian undergraduate students from three institutions, The Australian National University, RMIT University and the University of Canberra, to experience disability and ageing in Singapore as part of… Continue Reading Enabled Futures: Singapore 2016

Enable Technology: Smart Cushion Project

What is the project about? Pressure injuries, also known as pressure sores or bedsores, are where small to large areas of the skin and underlying tissue become damaged due to long periods of constant pressure and/or friction [1]. Typically these injuries just involve skin damage, necrosis (skin… Continue Reading Enable Technology: Smart Cushion Project

Disability Inclusive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene In Cambodia

Disability can happen to anyone — knows no gender, chooses no one, may you be in the highest pedestal of the society or one of the common masses, highly intelligent or street smart. People with disability are going through a lot of difficulties and they are putting… Continue Reading Disability Inclusive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene In Cambodia

Enable Singapore Initiative – Mano’s story

Enable Singapore Initiative – Mano’s story

  Helen Keller once said “It has been said that life has treated me harshly; and sometimes I have complained in my heart because many pleasures of human experience have been withheld from me…if much has been denied me, much, very much, has been given me…” I… Continue Reading Enable Singapore Initiative – Mano’s story

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