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A program to build capacity to support people with disability in Indonesia has brought 25 Australia Award Fellows to Flinders University.
School of Health Sciences students have been recognised for their academic excellence at this year’s Student Prize and Award Ceremony.
A Flinders University-made platform that enables children with disabilities to create their own artworks will be showcased at an international convention in Korea this month.
South Australia’s ageing population and people with disabilities are one step closer to living with greater independence.
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.