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MOOCs are free, open to anyone and of value to everyone in the disability sector.

A recently released framework describes the specific skills and attributes required by mental health professionals.

ID/MH Core Competency Framework

A study examines the extent and nature of intellectual disability content currently offered within medical degree curricula.

Doctors need an improved education

Mindful meditation can positively support people with disability.

Massive Open Online Courses

This literature review describes evidence for key theories related to trauma, attachment, resilience, loss and grief, and quality of life.

Lines of Inquiry reviews the contemporary evidence on positive behaviour support (PBS).

Managing challenging behaviours

This report provides a rare quantitative look at the experiences of people with disability from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

Accessing Australian disability services

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with mental and cognitive disabilities are over-represented in criminal justice systems

Aboriginal People in the criminal justice system

This report explores what helps children and young people with disabilities feel safe in institutional settings

Feeling Safe, Being Safe

This report provides an example of the social action research approach with children and young people with intellectual disability and their families.

Social Action Partners
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