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.
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The person with disability is at the centre of their case and making decisions about their life.
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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.
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We want people who don’t necessarily see themselves in this space to consider how they can engage with us.
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Are you interested in positively impacting the lives of people with disabilities?
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Professor Nigel Lovell, Dr Leonardo Silvestri and Professor Francois Ladouceur.
The researchers' vision is for direct communication between a wired brain and an external device, an achievement that could revolutionise health care, entertainment and the way humans interact with their environments.
Read moreabout UNSW engineers win US Naval grant to develop brain-machine interface
Rosemary Kayess, Interim Director, Disability Innovation Institute at UNSW
If it’s not informed in the right way, research can do as much damage as it does good.
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Professor Skye McDonald UNSW Science
Although it depends on how severe the damage is, it is often possible for people to re-learn skills and how to recognise emotions.
Read moreabout Helping people live life fully after a traumatic brain injury