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    Shaping our future: discussions on disability rights

    Between October 2016 and March 2017 Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Alastair McEwin conducted a national consultation to help guide his priorities and seek input from the disability community on how he can most effectively work to advance the rights of people with a disability. 

    The collection of stories, videos and infographics summarise what the Disability Discrimination Commissioner heard during his national consultations.

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    National Project: Enhancing Self-disclosure

    Student Life and Learning at UNSW is undertaking a national project (HEPPP funded) to explore reasons for non-disclosure, to investigate successful strategies encouraging self-disclosure and to design good practice guidelines for higher education providers.

    • Why are equity students reluctant to disclose their status?
    • What can universities do to encourage disclosure and get a true picture of equity needs at university?
    • If you are interested in finding out more or being involved  please contact Rita Kusevskis-Hayes at r.kusevskis-hayes@unsw.edu.au or the grant project team at earlyintervention@unsw.edu.au
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    National Guideline for ASD Diagnosis - Consultative Workshop Study

    Developing a National Guideline for Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis in Australia - Consultative Workshop Study.  The aim of this project is to develop a National Guideline for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis in Australia. The goal is that this National Guideline would define a diagnostic process that is rigorous, accessible, client-centred, clinically acceptable, effective, efficient, and equitable for individuals being assessed for autism.

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    ADCET Newsletter - Mid March 2017

    Upcoming webinars,  latest news and upcoming events. read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter - March 2017

    Upcoming webinars, Pathways keynote presentations, positions vacant, latest news and upcoming events read more >>

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    Peer Mentoring Program for University Students on the Autism Spectrum

    An Australian-first research project to evaluate and manualise a peer mentoring program, which aims to support young adults on the spectrum at university,  is now complete. The program, developed at Curtin University, is available to all Australian universities.

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    ADCET Newsletter - February 2017

    SensusAccess webinar, positions vacant, latest news and upcoming events read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter - September 2016

    New resources, articles and weblinks, latest news and upcoming events.read more >>

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    Vision Australia: 2017 accessibility courses

    Vision Australia one-day courses are designed to teach you the practical skills that will support you and your team to achieve the highest standards in accessibility and inclusion, in alignment with the Australian Government's Digital Service Standard.

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    Grants for People with Disability to Attend Conferences

    The federal government is offering grants of up to $10,000 to assist people with disability to participate in nationally-focused, disability-related conferences held in Australia.

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