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  • Article

    DIIU: Guidelines for Co-Production of Research with People with Disability

    The Guidelines developed by the Disability Innovation Institute (DIIU) set out key benefits, principles and strategies that underpin the DIIU and UNSW’s approach to co-producing research with people with disability. The content is drawn from a comprehensive review of the literature, the experience of leading inclusive researchers at UNSW, and DIIU’s community partner organisations of people with disability. (August 2020)

  • Practice Spotlight

    Larissa Siliézar: Privileged to be a disability practitioner

     Larissa Siliézar

    Chatting with Larissa Siliézar, you immediately get a sense of just how privileged she feels she is to be a disability practitioner.

    As the Manager of Student Equity and Wellbeing at James Cook University, Larissa’s role comprises the counselling, wellbeing, accessibility and chaplaincy services at the institution.

    Prior to jumping into this role in 2014, Larissa spent eight years working in international student support, providing pastoral care to newly arrived and settling-in students. The equity space attracted her because of its diversity. Read more about Larissa

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  • Podcast

    12@12: Jolts of Joy

    Join ADCET for our new bite-size podcast sessions. These short podcast episodes are taken from our 12@12 session recordings with Debbie Hindle. Our first episode Jolts of Joy teaches you to short-circuit a downward spiral of negative emotions with a short sharp jolt of joy to broaden your brain’s capacity.

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    NCVER DataBuilder. Total VET students and courses - students

    DataBuilder is a fast and easy-to-use tool to construct tables using NCVER data. It allows users to:

    • instantly access data from all NCVER collections from the one place — no login is necessary
      • customise data outputs by:adding/removing variables from the table
      • dragging variables between rows and columns
      • filtering on specific categories
    • export data to MS Excel for further analysis.
  • Video

    12@12: Sharing Good News

    Sharing Good News. How you listen to good news can have more impact on your relationships then how you listen to bad news. Build trust and rapport with Active Constructive Listening. 

    12@12 sessions: Are you feeling the effects of compassion fatigue? Is work draining your energy?  Need some self-care strategies to recharge and replenish? 

    The 12@12 sessions are bite-size presentations that are around 12 minutes long and were held weekly at 12 pm during September - November 2020.

    (October 2020)

  • Video

    12@12: Rethinking Stress

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    Rethinking Stress. Given that it’s not stress itself but the way most of us think about stress that is harmful - do you need to rethink stress?

    12@12 sessions: Are you feeling the effects of compassion fatigue? Is work draining your energy?  Need some self-care strategies to recharge and replenish? 

    12@12 sessions: Are you feeling the effects of compassion fatigue? Is work draining your energy?  Need some self-care strategies to recharge and replenish? 

    (October 2020)

  • Video

    12@12: Create an Inner Ally

    Balancing Bias

    Create an Inner Ally. Replace your inner critic with a wise and caring friend that’s both kinder and much more effective.

    12@12 sessions: Are you feeling the effects of compassion fatigue? Is work draining your energy?  Need some self-care strategies to recharge and replenish? 

    The 12@12 sessions are bite-size presentations that are around 12 minutes long and were held weekly at 12 pm during September - November 2020.

    (October 2020)

  • Practice Spotlight

    The positive impact of Disability Awareness training

    Pauline Melham

    After an extensive search, Rachael Kliendienst, Manager of Student Access and Inclusion at the University of New England, believes she has found the answer: a course that trains her team and all staff at the University of New England in key aspects of accessibility and equity to create a better learning experience for students with disability. Read more about Disability Awareness at UNE

  • Article

    2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education 2005: ADCET Submission

    ADCET's submission to the 2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education 2005.

    (September 2020)

  • Video

    12@12: Balancing Bias

    Balancing Bias

    Balancing Bias. Balance your built-in negativity bias and focus with perspective, clarity and hope.

    Are you feeling the effects of compassion fatigue? Is work draining your energy?  Need some self-care strategies to recharge and replenish? 

    The 12@12 sessions are bite-size presentations that are around 12 minutes long and were held weekly  at 12 pm during September - November 2020.

    (October 2020)

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