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Aboriginal prisoners and cognitive impairment: the impact of dual disadvantage on Social and Emotional Wellbeing

Background: Negligible information is available regarding the Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) needs of Aboriginal Australian individuals in custody with cognitive impairment. This is...

Academic achievement performance of university students with disability: Exploring the influence of non-academic factors

This study examined whether: (1) the non-academic constructs of psychological well-being, motivation to learn and quality of life (QOL) explained the variance in the academic achievement of...

Access to dental care among adults with physical and intellectual disabilities: residence factors

BACKGROUND: There is limited information about access and barriers to dental care among adults with disabilities. METHODS: A mailed questionnaire survey of carers of 18-44-year-old South...

Access to Medicare-funded annual comprehensive health assessments for rural people with intellectual disability

INTRODUCTION: People with intellectual disability (ID) comprise 2-3% of the Australian population. They mostly rely on their GP for primary health care.

Access to mental health services in Victoria: A Foucus on Ethnic Communities

Past research in Victoria has shown that ethnic communities have consistently lower rates of access to public community and inpatient mental health services, a higher proportion of involuntary...

Access to Quality Education for Students with Disability

Conceptualising educational equity and academic achievement is a key task for inclusive education and the politics of inclusion. Recent Australian Government reports (2013-2016) on educational...

Access to therapy services for people with disability in rural Australia: a carers’ perspective

In Australia and around the world, people with disability and their carers living in rural areas face additional challenges compared to their urban-dwelling counterparts. This cross-sectional...

Accessibility and autonomy preconditions to 'our' inclusion: A grounded theory study of the experiences of secondary students with vision impairment

In this paper, I report core findings of a small-scale qualitative study that I conducted with a group of young people with vision impairment who attended an inclusive secondary school in the...

Accessibility evaluation of top-ranking university websites in world, oceania, and arab categories for home, admission, and course description webpages

Evaluating accessibility is an important equity step in assessing the effectiveness and usefulness of online learning materials for students with disabilities such as visual or hearing...

Accessible information for people with complex communication needs

Information can be empowering if it is accessible. While a number of known information access barriers have been reported for the broader group of people with disabilities, specific information...

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Research to Action Guides

  • A Guide for disability practitioners, schools, employers and young people looking to make the transition from school to employment in Australia....
  • The Culturally Proficient Service Delivery Research to Action Guide has been developed to assist in the provision of accessible, appropriate and effective disab...