The Review will consider any adverse impacts or unintended consequences of the scheme, as well as make recommendations to improve its operation. Hearing the voices of women and learning how they view and feel about changes to information sharing laws is an important part of this project. We are seeking women who might be willing to share their experiences about information sharing practices within the Victorian family violence system.
This survey asks people who are blind or have low vision about your experience seeking work or in the workplace and help Vision Australia to better advocate for the Australian blind and low vision community and design Vision Australia services accordingly.
The objective of this research is to gain a better understanding of how people with disabilities use mobile phones to navigate their urban environments. Specifically, participants are being sought who have vision impairment, hearing impairment, an intellectual disability or are wheelchair users.
Disability advocate perspectives on prescribing anti-psychotic medication in response to challenging behaviour – Research project
Closing date: September 30, 2018
The aim of this research is to explore perspectives that disability advocates have on the decision making process for prescribing anti-psychotic medication to people with an intellectual disability in response to challenging behaviour.