Research Projects

The National Workforce Survey for Child, Parent and Family Mental Health – iPads to be won!

Emerging Minds: National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health are inviting you to participate in this survey as a professional in Australia who may work with adults who may be parents, and/or their children, or in other roles within health social or community services. This survey is open to any professional from health, social or … Continued

What you told us during the NDIS Review

From March to May 2023, People with Disability Australia (PWDA) conducted a survey to hear directly from Australians with disability about their experiences with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The responses were used to shape our submissions to the independent NDIS review.

Share your experience with voting in Victoria

A committee of the Victorian Parliament is asking for your help. The committee is asking people with disabilities to fill out a survey about the 2022 Victorian election. They want to know what went well and what can be improved. You can do the survey online or download an easy English version. If you choose … Continued

U-BEACH | A beach for everyone

The beach is Australia’s most popular recreation destination, but for 45 per cent of people with a disability it is impossible to access the beach. CQUniversity’s U-BEACH project is a collaborative community-led team striving to improve beach accessibility and ensure people with disability enjoy their highest attainable standard of health and wellbeing.

Mentors wanted for Enabling Young Women Mentor Program

Closing date: March 3, 2024

In 2023, WDV began our first ever state-wide Enabling Young Women Leadership Program!  This Program empowers young women and non-binary youth with disabilities, to become stronger leaders within their communities.  Participants have been focusing on: Exploring identity.  Learning about different models of disability.  Communication, and how to be assertive.  Learning about their human rights, and … Continued