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    Academic Accommodation for Students with Psychiatric Disability - A Resource Book

    Students with psychiatric disabilities are entitled to reasonable academic accommodations under the DDA (1992) and Disability Standards for Education 2005. Providing effective accommodations allows students equal access to academic courses and activities. This resource is concerned with the impact of mental illness on academic pursuits, and the development of strategies to study successfully.

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    Beacon: e-health online applications and support groups

    Beacon is a portal for online applications relating to mental and physical disorders. A panel of health experts categorise, review and rate websites and mobile applications. Reviews of internet support groups are also included. Categories include: asthma, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, phobias, psychosis, social anxiety, stress, stuttering, substance abuse, tinnitus, traumatic brain injury.

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    Black Dog Institute

    The Black Dog Institute is a clinical, research and educational body dedicated to improving understanding, diagnosis and treatment of depression and bipolar disorder (formerly called manic depression in severe cases). The Institute is attached to the Prince of Wales Hospital and affiliated with the University of New South Wales.

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    Blue Pages Information on Depression

    BluePages provides information about: the symptoms of depression and how depression is diagnosed; which medical, psychological and alternative treatments work for depression (and which don't); people, organisations, books, web sites and other resources that may be helpful if you are depressed.

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    CATS booklet: Mental Health Conditions

    This booklet is designed primarily for academics and focuses on the needs of students with mental health conditions. Suggested strategies are presented within a broad framework of inclusive teaching for all students.

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    Create Your Future. Personal stories of disability in study and work

    These original short films depict the real life stories of six men and women with various disabilities. We follow their stories through different stages of transition and participation in post-secondary education and employment.

    The films highlight the right of people with disability to access a full range of education or employment options. The unique stories also demonstrate the range of support that people with disability may access and raise awareness of the NDCO Programme as a resource and link for people with disability, the disability sector, and the community.

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    Enhancing Student Mental Wellbeing: A Handbook for Academic Educators

    This handbook offers research-based guidance for academic teachers and leaders – as the drivers of innovation in university teaching and learning – to understand how and why particular curriculum choices or pedagogical approaches might support or undermine the psychological needs and academic outcomes of university students.  (Chi Baik, Wendy Larcombe, Abi Brooker, Johanna Wyn, Lee Allen, Matthew Brett, Rachael Field, Richard James)

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    Guidelines for tertiary education institutions to facilitate improved educational outcomes for students with a mental illness

    These guidelines consist of actions tertiary education institutions can take to facilitate improved educational outcomes for students with a mental illness. The actions have been rated as important or essential by expert panels of tertiary education mental health professionals and student consumers. the guidelines will be used to improve the advice to tertiary institutions as they support students with a mental illness(Presented at National Summit on the Mental Health of Tertiary Students).

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    Guides for Academics by Students with Disabilities

    This University of Melbourne guide has been developed for Academics and provides tips and advice that students with disability want teachers to know. Includes information on hearing impairment, mental illness, blindness, dyslexia, Multiple Sclerosis and Mobility Difficulties.

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    Headspace: National Youth Mental Health Foundation

    Headspace provides mental and health wellbeing support, information and services to young people and their families across Australia.

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