Ariel App highlights services and access in Port Stephens for people with disabilities

Michael Hartshorn
Updated November 8 2023 - 8:04am, first published 6:00am
Ariel App designers Jordy Freeman (left) and Kate Maslen (right) are shown by Seaside Holiday Resort manager De-Anne Anderson how to assemble a pool hoist.
Ariel App designers Jordy Freeman (left) and Kate Maslen (right) are shown by Seaside Holiday Resort manager De-Anne Anderson how to assemble a pool hoist.

A new app developed in Newcastle is set to improve inclusion and accessibility for people with disabilities across Australia.

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Michael Hartshorn

Michael Hartshorn

Senior reporter

Since starting in 1985 at the then Melbourne Herald, journalism has taken me around Australia from Victoria, to the Northern Territory, Cairns in Queensland and now Port Stephens. After all those years there is still something special about informing and connecting with readers.

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