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An ongoing issue of contention since the commencement of the NDIS trial has been the planning process.

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People with ID experience very poor mental and physical health and substantial barriers to accessing quality health services.

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Supported living is perceived as more flexible than group homes for people with intellectual disability.

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Individuals with High Functioning Autism experience high levels of underemployment and unemployment.

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This month, we review factors influencing the journey to employment for young people with disability.

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The Endeavour Foundation Endowment Challenge Fund aims to benefit Australians with a disability by funding quality research.

Having a focus on evidence-based practice requires practitioners to keep abreast of new research findings.

The importance of knowledge translation in bridging research to practice

Actors without disabilities are placed in 91 per cent of roles for characters with disability in Australia.

Disability and diversity on Australian TV

What does the research tell us about the rates of Aboriginal people with disability being supported by service providers?

Influencers in the participation of Aboriginal people in disability support services

The NDIS is one of a range of international personalisation reforms.

Peer advocacy in the UK: Personalisation and implications for Australia
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