Polio NSW and Mt Wilga Private Hospital are excited to announce the formation of a dedicated Assessment Clinic for people with the Late Effects of Polio (LEoP).Continue reading →
The Lesley Hall Award for Lifetime Achievement in Disability was named to honour Lesley Hall, a powerful advocate who fought for the equal rights of people with disability for several decades of her life, and who sadly passed away in 2013.
Three exceptional candidates were finalists for the Lesley Hall Award in 2014. There could only be one winner, and we were thrilled to learn tonight that Polio NSW member, Bill Bradley, received the Award. Congratulations, Bill!Continue reading →
The news today of the passing of Gough Whitlam at the age of 98 sent me scurrying to my archives to look up details of my brief encounter with one of our past Prime Ministers, almost twelve years ago.Continue reading →
This is a reminder that our 2014 Country Conference to be held in Canberra is almost upon us! Read all the details here – a wonderful program has been arranged by your organising committee. Please show your support to the … Continue reading →
With all the good news coming out of India and the obvious determination to keep the country polio free now it has been achieved, another story rattled about the Australian press over the last few weeks that carries a very … Continue reading →
This isn’t strictly a new story but isn’t it a good one. India has now been confirmed by the UN World Health Organisation as being polio free on the basis of having no new cases for three full years. Could … Continue reading →
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