Research Associate Dr Miia Rahja from the College Medicine and Public Health has been awarded the 2021 Jeff Cheverton Memorial Scholarship to develop a Health Policy […]
Encouraging paid workers to employ the ‘right kind’ of respectful personal relationship with young people with disability will lift standards in the sector, experts say. With […]
A new service for people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) will ensure more people in the southern suburbs and Fleurieu can embrace life after brain injury, […]
Young onset dementia is a progressive decline in mental functioning that can affect people aged from their early 30s. Scant recognition is contributing to a growing […]
People with intellectual disability are being empowered to create their own research project, bringing fresh insights and helping to shape more fulfilling lives for Australians living […]
As the National Disability Insurance Scheme rolls out, demand for the new and fast-growing job category of ‘developmental educators’ is expected to rise. Along with on-the-job […]
The economics of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is one of the topics at this week’s 45th Australian Conference of Economists being held at Flinders.