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DiSA News Network (DNN)

DiSA News Network (DNN)

Educates, Inspires, Empowers, Entertains

Welcome to our "DiSA News Network (DNN)" page.

Digital Education Programmes

Introduction

DISA’s News Network (DNN): Inspires, Educates, Entertains and Empowers via our "Laugh At Life" - Cartoons; YouTube Channel; Facebook Page; Facebook Group and future Blog and Newsletter platforms, driving change and Inspiring persons with disabilities to be the best version of themselves.

The 4 Pillars of DiSA

As South Africa’s Premium and Free Disability Information Portal DiSA has identified an urgent need to not only Inform persons with disabilities on what services and products are available to assist them through our Information Desk, but to also Identify and log barriers to access through our Yes to Access - platform and then Address and remove these inequalities, discrimination and barriers through our Accessible Cities-South Africa (AC-SA) platform. Via our  DiSA’s News Network (DNN), DiSA will Empower all persons with disabilities to live their lives to the fullest potential and then celebrate their achievements.

DiSA On Air

DiSA On Air

Over the last 6 to 7 years DiSA have featured in a number of Newspaper Articles; Webinars; Radio and TV Interviews and Programs. Through these interviews and articles, we hope to not only promote the free service that we offer persons with disabilities but also create awareness for persons with disabilities, their rights and the need for accessible environments.

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A Laugh At Life

"A Laugh At Life" - Cartoons

"Laughter is the best medicine" - Living with a disability can be difficult and can lead to depression, it sometimes helps to see the lighter side of our disabilities and the people who don't understand them. Through various Cartoons and animated videos by Alan Downey we aim to bring awareness to the many barriers that persons with disabilities face on a daily basis.

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Facebook and Facebook Group

Facebook and Facebook Group

DiSA also run a Facebook Page and Facebook Group Page, whereby we aim to inspire people and highlight individuals accomplishments as well as the Companies and Organizations that offer Services to assist Persons With Disabilities.

We also promote the Companies and Organizations that have supported us. If you do not have access to email, you are welcome to contact us via these Social Media platforms.

Newsletter and Blog

Newsletter and Blog

Coming Soon!

DiSA will be launching our Newsletter and Blog soon to promote various Companies, Clubs and Organizations and the Services or products that they supply to assist Persons With Disabilities and to highlight various individuals accomplishments.

Please feel free to Contact Us  to find out more, if you, your Company, Club or Organization would like to feature in our Newsletter or Blog.

Please Support Our DNN

Our You Tube Educational Channel that DiSA provides through DNN is provided free of charge, but is privately run and funded through donations and various advertising options that we offer Companies, Sports Clubs and Organizations. We are a registered Organization and welcome any support so that we can continue to Inspire, Educate, Entertain and Empower persons with disabilities.

There are 3 ways that you can Support Us:

Become A Member - Advertise With Us

Become A Member

We invite you to become a Member by taking a yearly advert on one of our 6 advertising levels. Through this advertising, we will promote your organization, club or company and you will be supporting  persons with disabilities.

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Access Warrior

Become an Access Warrior

Companies, Clubs and Organizations are invited to join our Accessible Cities South Africa Platform and become an Access Warrior, so as to work together to create awareness and build inclusive environments - "Breaking Down Barriers".

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Make A Donation

Make A Donation

We welcome all forms of sponsorship, funding or donations, to help support and grow this free service to assist more persons with disabilities. We also accept donations of equipment and food parcels which we will pass on to those in need.

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