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Research will inform approaches to making voting more accessible for all

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Engaging with Disability Services: Experiences of Families from Chinese Backgrounds in Sydney

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New collaboration between Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism and NDIA

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Report explores organisational characteristics conducive to introduction of Positive Behaviour Support.

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Report details experiences of NDIS service users in Victoria

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This ‘early learnings’ report highlights initial evaluation findings from the High Growth Jobs Talented Candidates project.

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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released some new data and resources on Autism.

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The workshop ‘Is there such a thing as a good group home?’ will be held in Melbourne on Friday 28 April 2017.

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The Conversation regularly publishes interesting articles exploring current research in disability.

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‘Quality of Life: Exploring New Ground’ is an exciting collection of articles compiled by guest editors, Alice Schippers and Geert van Hove.

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