US research into alternative communication techniques for children with autism and developmental disabilities has been shared with Flinders students and academics.
A peer support program for families living with an acquired brain injury (ABI) in South Australia will benefit from a $100,000 funding boost.
With the celebration today of the International Day of People with Disability, Flinders University is continuing to work to make its steeply sloping site more accessible.
The National Institute of Labour Studies (NILS) at Flinders is leading a team of researchers, academics and disability experts in evaluating the roll out of the new national disability insurance scheme.
Families living with an acquired brain injury in South Australia are finding solace in a new peer support network developed by researchers from Flinders University.
People with epilepsy continue to face high rates of stigma and discrimination, particularly in the workplace.
Dr Caroline Ellison from Flinders University’s Disability and Community Inclusion Unit has won a national award for her outstanding achievement and contribution to the field of developmental education.