- Disability liaison officer
- Counsellors—self confidence and esteem, talking about yourself and your learning needs, assertive communication
- Disability Contact Officers—for the program/course/unit or schools/departments
- Discrimination advisers
Support groups for your particular disability or medical condition see the Disability Information and Resource Centre’s website
Inclusive Practice Is Good Practice
Towards Success in Tertiary Study series
- discovering your learning style
- with acquired brain injury
- with Asperger's syndrome
- with deafness
- with learning disabilities
- with ongoing medical conditions
- with psychiatric conditions
- with vision impairment.
Teaching Students with a Disability, University of Adelaide, UniAbility
Ozadvocacy: information dissemination and discussion list for people interested in disability rights in Australia. To subscribe http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OZAdvocacy/
Know your rights: Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)
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