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The seminar will present a critique of personalisation, the dominant discourse in social care and support in post-welfare states, including the UK and Australia

Possibilities for social inclusion and belonging

NDS has released its State of the Disability Sector Report for 2016

State of the Disability Sector Report 2016

The Individual Supported Living (ISL) Project explores what it’s like for people with intellectual disability to live in an ISL arrangement.

Individual Supported Living Project - A study about people with intellectual disability living in a home of their choice

Are you a sibling of someone with disability? Siblings Australia would love to hear from you!

Adult siblings project

UNSW is offering a PhD scholarship on the topic of people with cognitive disability and complex support needs.

PhD Scholarship at UNSW

A La Trobe University project is improving decision making support for people with cognitive disability.

Research into effective support for decision-making

Bringing together researchers, practitioners, and people with disability to build greater research-mindedness in the disability sector.

Research to Action Forum (Melbourne): Save the date

A special edition exploring the role of knowledge processes in advancing disability inclusive development.

Knowledge management for development journal – special issue on Disability Inclusive Development

The Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre has produced a report on long term outcomes for people who acquire a severe traumatic brain injury.

Longitudinal study on outcomes after Traumatic Brain Injury

This report argues for an Australian political franchise that is free from discrimination against persons with mental disabilities.

Voting with an ‘unsound mind’?
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Research to Action Guides