A wireless hand control device, for people with a disabilities such as cerebral palsy and arthritis, is being commercialised. The ‘i-boll’ has been licensed in an agreement […]
A Flinders Uni and Novita Children’s Services study exploring the benefits of learning to use social networking sites for young people with physical disabilities has received national recognition.
The work of Flinders researchers has been recognised at the Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association’s Soft Technology Awards.
Facebook, blogs and internet chat sites may ring alarm bells for some parents, but these social networking tools are the focus of a study aimed at bridging the digital divide for young people with a disability.
The Fulbright Scholarships, the most prestigious cultural and educational exchange program between Australia and America, have been significantly enhanced with the establishment of the Fulbright South Australia Scholarship.