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The definition and use of disability assistance animals is posing challenges for government, industry and the disability community.

Disability assistance animal research

National Guidelines will ensure that individuals across Australia have knowledge of and access to best practice in autism diagnosis.

Australia’s First National Guidelines on Autism Diagnosis

A recent Royal Commission discussion paper provides an analysis of the historical, social and policy context around the treatment of children with disability.

The Royal Commission further explores the needs of children and young people with disability

The 2015 Survey of Disability Ageing and Carers (SDAC) data has been released.

People with disability are more likely to be self-employed than the general population. A UTS project plans to support entrepreneurial people with disability.

Since our last issue, the Centre for Applied Disability Research has created new ways to interact with the research community.

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

Seeking adult siblings

A seminar on developing inclusive and sustainable employment for people with disability in the hospitality industry.

Ospitalità or HospitABLE?

Undertake a PhD focusing on complex support needs.

PhD Scholarship Opportunity - UNSW

Applications invited for PhD scholars to work on a major ARC Linkage Project

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