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3DN at UNSW have released free E-Learning modules for disability practitioners.

3DN Resources: Intellectual Disability and Health

Co-design is a critical part of community inclusion.

Co-design for community inclusion

The Centre for Disability Studies is looking for people with intellectual disability who live in a place of their own choice.

Research into independent living outcomes

The latest issue of Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, is a special issue with a focus on Down Syndrome.

JPPID: Special Issue on Downs Syndrome

Recent research has explored the factors that relate to the ‘success’ of students with disability in mainstream educational settings.

Education: the transition, retention and success of students with disability

The report on the Inquiry asking if and why abuse was not being reported or acted upon in Victoria, and how it could be prevented.

Education: the transition, retention and success of students with disability

The AIHW and ABS present new statistics describing disability in Australia.

New Data

The arrival of the NDIS brings an opportunity to focus on how to support an individual to have more agency in their own life.

Self-Advocacy and Supported Decision Making

The new CADR Disability Knowledge Clearing House has been launched!

CADR News

Road Show Workshops present international speakers presenting on ageing and self determination.

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