Flinders University Disability & Community Inclusion Research Network (FUDCI-RN)

Research Monday. You are invited to attend an Honours Findings Presentation on ‘Nature Vs Accessibility: Exploring the accessibility of South Australian national parks’ by Stefania Kalinowski   When: Monday the 20th of August 2018, 9.30 – 10.30am Where: Room S416, South Wing, Sturt Campus. Please see the attached flyer for further information (Stefania Flyer_Monday 20 August […]

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Autism SA Training Calendar

Autism SA offer a variety of training sessions – held at both the Netley and Elizabeth sites. For more information, please visit the links below or contact the Training and Consultancy Coordinator on 0421 326 710. General Family Workshops July-December 2018 Professional Development Workshops Term 3 2018 In Focus Family Workshops July-December 2018 Early Days Workshops July-December […]

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University of Adelaide research – ‘Exploring experiences of friendship in girls and young women with high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder’

Exploring experiences of friendship in girls and young women with high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder Participate in a project that aims to explore the experiences of friendship and friendship support of girls and young women with high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. The University of Adelaide is looking to speak to girls aged 16-18, young women […]

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Bounce – autism friendly sessions on the last Sunday of every month

Autism SA is pleased to share with the community that Bounce will now be holding regular autism friendly sessions on the last Sunday of every month, from 5-6pm. Bookings will be available at this link: https://www.bounceinc.com.au/book-now#/process/standard/details These sessions will be open to anyone, with an autism friendly environment created for each session – including dimming the […]

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Prof Richard Bruggemann on low expectations, boredom and restrictive practices

Prof Richard Bruggemann on low expectations, boredom and restrictive practices Listen to Professor Richard Bruggemann’s recorded podcast, as he speaks with Lisa Burns from Radio Adelaide’s Small Change program (6.00pm Tuesday nights on 101.5 FM).  Richard retired recently after over 30 years advocating and progressing better practices for people with disability, in various roles and […]

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Survey on acquired physical disability mid-career

Paul Williamson is an honorary associate at Sydney University’s Centre of Disability Policy and Research, who has his own lived experience of disability. He is investigating the workplace experiences of people who develop a physical disability mid-career. Individuals who have acquired a physical disability mid-career are encouraged to take part in the study by filling […]

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