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    MOOC: Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

    'Understanding Multiple Sclerosis (MS)' is a free online course that aims to improve understanding and awareness of MS. Members of the public will increase their knowledge of MS-related issues and those in the MS Community will be empowered to create and contribute to personalised MS management plans.

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    AHEAD Conference Ireland - Videos

    A number of keynote videos are available from the March 2019 Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD) Ireland Conference. 

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    NCSEHE competitive research grants

    Expressions of Interest invited: Competitive grants to improve low SES student, low SES Indigenous student, and low SES regional and remote student and student influencer access to information about higher education study options, pathways, and careers. EOI submissions due 3 May 2019.

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    EPHEA Conference: Early bird regos & paper submissions open

    Early bird registrations and submissions for refereed papers are now open for the EPHEA & NAEEA biennial conference.  The conference will run from Sunday 24 to Wednesday 27 November 2019 at the University of Wollongong Innovation Campus.

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    MDI: Seed Funding & Community Grants

    The Melbourne Disability Institute (MDI) is committed to facilitating disability research that is interdisciplinary and can demonstrate significant impact on the well-being of people with disability, their families and carers. One of the ways in which this will achieve this is by providing funding to academics and community organisations.  There will be four streams of funding: seed funding for research, community grants, research translation (coming soon) and event support (coming soon).

    The research seed funding and community grants program are now open for application; researchers and community organisations can apply for funding to support pilot projects and community-led projects.

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    ADCET Newsletter - February 2019

    Latest news, events, weblinks and articles.

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    MOOC: Digital Accessibility. Enabling Participation in the Information Society

    This course, developed by the University of Southampton,  will help you to understand how those with sensory, physical and cognitive impairments may be disabled by barriers encountered when using digital technologies. The course will highlight how the use of accessible and inclusive design can help overcome many of these difficulties. This course commences 9 October, 2017.

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    ADCET Newsletter - September 2017

    Upcoming  webinar, webinar recordings, latest news and upcoming events. read more >>

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    ASD Assessment: National guideline draft for community consultation

    The diagnostic process for children, adolescents and adults referred for assessment of autism spectrum disorder in Australia: National guideline draft for community consultation.  This guideline outlines a step-by-step process for conducting an ASD assessment from the time of referral until the assessment results are shared in a written report. The 76 recommendations included in the guideline were based on the strength of identified research evidence and feedback from the consultative activities. Each recommendation has a corresponding Evidence Table that presents the research evidence and consultative feedback on which the recommendation was based.

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    ADCET Newsletter - August 2017

    Latest disability practice in the spotlight, next webinar, latest news and upcoming events. read more >>

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