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How we think about disability

Posted on Wednesday 8th May 2019

Each year, many Australians face the prospect of living with the permanent effects of injury or chronic disease.

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Wednesday 8th May 2019    


Queenslanders with Disability Network Federal Election Platform 2019

Posted on Wednesday 1st May 2019

Come along to a community event in support of disability matters and have your say on the Disability Network for the Federal Election Platform 2019

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Wednesday 1st May 2019    


Embrace diversity and rethink disability: a free online course

Posted on Tuesday 16th April 2019

Discover how rehabilitation counsellors help people with disadvantage or disability realise their vocational potential.

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Tuesday 16th April 2019     Diversity Disability


THC researchers promoting evidence based practice

Posted on Thursday 11th April 2019

Dr Jessica Paynter, THC Researcher and Senior Lecturer from Menzies Health Institute Qld, sharing knowledge on debunking autism myths during Autism Awareness month this April.

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Thursday 11th April 2019    

Link: Australia's national disability magazine - latest issue April 2019

Posted on Tuesday 9th April 2019

Latest issue April 2019

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Tuesday 9th April 2019    

Meet and Mingle - research expose and virtual reality experience

Posted on Thursday 4th April 2019

The fifth successful Meet and Mingle event was held this week, with the focus on centre research into autism, policy and service systems, and the exploration of virtual reality technology.

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The Pain Revolution & education as therapy

Posted on Wednesday 3rd April 2019

The Pain Revolution & education as therapy

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Wednesday 3rd April 2019    

THC researchers talking about autism and early targeted intervention

Posted on Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Check out the latest research projects undertaken by THC researchers A/Prof Marleen Westerveld and Dr Jessica Paynter from the Gold Coast hub. All projects have a clear focus on raising awareness of the high literacy needs in children with autism, with the ultimate aim of providing early targeted intervention. Researchers have collaborated with important stakeholder groups including the Autism CRC, AEIOU Foundation, the First 5 Forever Team at the Brisbane City Council libraries, and Autism Queensland to produce several videos for educators and parents on early literacy predictors, individualised intervention and shared book reading intervention for young children on the autism spectrum.

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Tuesday 2nd April 2019    

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