Disability Discrimination Act (1992) provides protection for everyone in Australia against discrimination based on disability. It encourages everyone to be involved in implementing the Act and to share in the overall benefits to the community and the economy that flow from participation by the widest range of people. Disability discrimination happens when people with a disability are treated less occurs when people are treated less fairly than people without a disability. Disability discrimination also are relatives, friends, co-workers or associates of a person with a disability. Also refer ADA for USA.