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Disability Royal Commission: Strict rules and inconsistent care

Tags NDIS Accommodation Advice Research Posted 5 days ago by Liz Alderslade

The third sitting of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability st… Read more

Community shares anger and frustration with Government

Tags NDIS User Stories Advice Research Posted 3 weeks ago by Liz Alderslade

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability held their second Adela… Read more

Trial into musculoskeletal disability receives $1.3 million in Federal funding

Tags Education Research Posted 4 weeks ago by Liz Alderslade

The Mitchell Institute at Victoria University has received $1.3 million of Federal Government funding to undertake a … Read more

ROYAL COMMISSION: Inclusive education works

Tags Education Advice Research Posted 1 month ago by Liz Alderslade

The final two days of the education hearings in Brisbane for the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and E… Read more

ROYAL COMMISSION: Teachers are not trained in inclusive education

Tags Education Advice Research Posted 1 month ago by Liz Alderslade

Day two of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability heard from a… Read more

ROYAL COMMISSION: First hearings start with education inquiry

Tags Education Advice Research Posted 1 month ago by Liz Alderslade

The first day of the inaugural hearings for the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of Pe… Read more

Disability Royal Commission first hearings announced

Tags Advice Research Posted 1 month ago by Liz Alderslade

The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has announced the start… Read more

New report recommends ways to support and improve the disability workforce

Tags Employment Research Posted 2 months ago by Liz Alderslade

A recently released report asks the Commonwealth Government led collaboration between disability service providers, t… Read more

Young girls with disability more likely to experience covert bullying

Tags Conditions Research Posted 2 months ago by Liz Alderslade

A University of South Australia (UniSA) study had found covert bullying in schools is a particularly serious problem … Read more

Research into chronic musculoskeletal pain receives funding

Tags Conditions Research Posted 3 months ago by Nicole Pope

The University of South Australia (UniSA) has received funding to research one of the world’s most leading causes o… Read more

Report shares experiences of Australians with disability

Tags Education Mental Health Employment Accommodation Research Posted 3 months ago by Nicole Pope

The first comprehensive report of its kind by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has shared the di… Read more

New test to detect cognitive changes early in people with MS

Tags Education Accessibility Research Posted 3 months ago by Nicole Pope

A simple, quick test could be the answer to the early detection of thinking and memory changes in people living with … Read more

National study tells story of those living with MS

Tags Conditions Research Posted 3 months ago by Nicole Pope

A new national study has helped paint the picture of life with multiple sclerosis (MS), including the supports, servi… Read more

Australian researchers involved in record international study of epilepsy genes

Tags Conditions Research Posted 4 months ago by Nicole Pope

Australian researchers and patients have been involved in an international study looking at the genetic sequences of … Read more

Report shows Australia still falls short on disability rights

Tags Education Research Posted 4 months ago by Nicole Pope

A new report has highlighted the discrimination and hardship people with disability face, with over 60 percent of sur… Read more

New project promotes accessible health resources for people with intellectual disability

Tags Education Accessibility Research Posted 4 months ago by Nicole Pope

A research project is aiming to promote accessible health information for people with intellectual disability by anal… Read more

World-first trial to see if melatonin protects babies from cerebral palsy

Tags Research Posted 4 months ago by Nicole Pope

A world-first trial of a maternal melatonin supplement may help improve outcomes for babies at risk of cerebral palsy… Read more

Report reveals housing tenants with complex needs increasing

Tags Accessibility Accommodation Research Posted 4 months ago by Nicole Pope

A new report has delved into the increasing proportion of tenants with complex needs who may require support to live … Read more

Healthy lifestyle helps combat depression and anxiety in people with MS

Tags Mental Health Research Posted 5 months ago by Nicole Pope

New Australian research has found people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) who maintain a healthy lifestyle report … Read more

Report highlights the understanding of sexual and reproductive rights in women with disability

Tags Education Research Posted 5 months ago by Nicole Pope

Women’s disability advocacy organisation, Women with Disabilities Australian Capital Territory (WWDACT), have launc… Read more