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The Conversation regularly publishes interesting articles exploring current research in disability.

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‘Quality of Life: Exploring New Ground’ is an exciting collection of articles compiled by guest editors, Alice Schippers and Geert van Hove.

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University of Queensland and the Centre of Excellence for Clinical Innovation and Behaviour Support are conducting a study to evaluate the Early Response Tool.

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The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will host a symposium sharing the findings from three research reports.

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The Comprehensive Health Assessment Program – Autism (CHAP-A), is currently undergoing a trial.

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Extensive stakeholder engagement is underway to develop the National Guideline for Autism Diagnosis.

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Endeavour Foundation Endowment Challenge Fund aims to benefit Australians with a disability, especially people with an intellectual or developmental disability.

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An independent evaluation team led by the National Institute of Labour Studies (NILS) at Flinders University explores the effects of the NDIS trial.

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The NDIS roll-out provides an appropriate time for an Australian urban research agenda to engage with disability in more meaningful ways.

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