Dying for Change Panelists
An independent national inquiry is needed to provide the Federal Government with a framework for comprehensive action.
Read moreabout UNSW panel calls for action on intellectual disability deaths
Discussing a national death reporting system for Australians with intellectual disability, in an effort to reduce avoidable deaths.
Read moreabout Inquiry into intellectual disability deaths needed: UNSW panel
Successful applicants are researching projects such as barriers to refugees with disability, and early interventions for children with autism.
Read moreabout Disability related research boosted by UNSW seed funding
To celebrate the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, UNSW will match donations to the UNSW Veterans Scholarship program this week.
Read moreabout Stronger together at the Invictus Games
Legislation, Policy and Practice for Digital Inclusion Panelists Rosemary Kayess, Lainey Feingold and Alistair McEwin
Options for voice recognition, options for alternative security confirmations, and things like touch screens can be really problematic for people with disabilities.
Read moreabout The Digital Divide: Panel frames better digital access for people with disabilities
The person with disability is at the centre of their case and making decisions about their life.
Read moreabout Changing how the legal system views dis/ability 
People with mental illness as well as an intellectual disability find it harder to receive sufficient NDIS support. Photo by Jonathan Rados on Unsplash
People with intellectual disability experience higher rates of mental ill health than the rest of the population, so NDIS can be doubly relevant.
Read moreabout How to improve the NDIS for people who have an intellectual disability as well as a mental illness
The NDIS aims to help people with disability live more independently. It was hoped this would reduce carers' responsibilities and allow them more time to work. But evidence shows this hasn't happened.
Read moreabout The NDIS hasn't made much difference to carers' opportunities for paid work
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We want people who don’t necessarily see themselves in this space to consider how they can engage with us.
Read moreabout Meet Dr Martin Bone