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    ADCET Newsletter - December 2015

    Latest webinar, Disability Practice In The Spotlight, latest resources for Disability Practitioners, Jobs in the Sector, latest news and upcoming events read more >>

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    ADCET Newsletter - February 2015

    Disability Practitioner in the Spotlight; New on ADCET; Blog Posts; Webinar; Learning Access Plans read more >>

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    Australian Apprenticeship Support Network

    As of July 1, 2015, The Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (Apprenticeship Network) replaced Australian Apprenticeships Centres nationally on 1 July 2015. Apprenticeship Network providers will provide advice and support services tailored to the needs of employers and apprentices throughout the apprenticeship lifecycle.

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    Supporting students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Higher Education

    The University of Tasmania has received funding from the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) for an innovative multi-disciplinary research project that explores the unique experiences of a growing population of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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    Scope Outcomes Project

    The Scope Outcomes Project is a national, multi year project to test some surveys that are designed to measure the outcomes associated with disability services and social inclusion, as experienced by people with disabilities in Australia. The project will result in surveys that can be used by organisations involved in providing disability services in the future.

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    BBC Ouch: Students with disability: 'I wish I'd known that'

    As part of BBC Ouch's series on students with disability, graduates give their tips to those just starting out. This article written by Emma Tracey on the BBC Ouch Blog may be of interest to students just starting out at university or in the Training sector - it provides advice from students with disability on such issues as employing personal assistants to getting funding to make their studies more accessible.

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    Helping students with Asperger's prepare for university life

    As the number of autistic students soars, universities are trying hard to help them with their social and life skills

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    How editors and journalists can produce better and fairer reporting on people with disability

    Partnerships between advocacy groups and the mainstream media are a hallmark of the rise of Advocacy Journalism as a conduit for meaningful social change. And some of the most prominent collaborations seeking to facilitate self-representation for minorities have involved people with disability (PWD). However, as Shawn Burns reports, there's still much work for editors and journalists to do in this area.

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