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When is a condition 'chronic' and when is it a 'disability'? The definition can determine the support you get

By Elizabeth Kendall, Professor, Director, Griffith Inclusive Futures, Griffith University, Griffith University
Connie Allen, Research Assistant, Griffith University
Kelsey Chapman, Research Fellow Dignity Project, Griffith University
Maretta Mann, Strategic Development Manager, Griffith Inclusive Futures, Griffith University
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For many Australians, there is no clear distinction between the two labels: chronic conditions can result in disability and disability can increase vulnerability to a range of chronic conditions.The Conversation

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