Tuesday's Budget is, of course, predictably dreadful and we've all got our own pithy analyses.
Dr Donna McDonald from the School of Human Services and Social Work was the lady of the moment when she hosted a book launch for her latest publication The Art of Being Deaf.
Looking at the impact that her deafness has had on her life and communicating her experiences to the parents of deaf children is the focus of a new book by Griffith University’s Dr Donna McDonald.
Griffith University will be hosting a one day symposium on the National Disability Insurance Scheme and possible issues around its implementation.
Dr Donna McDonald, Senior Lecturer, from the School of Human Services and Social Work explains why she loves teaching so much.
When I wrote an article about DisabilityCare Australia for The Conversation on 28 March 2013, entitled 'We have an NDIS but what does this mean for disability care?' I was surprised by the interest in what was just a summary of what we already know about the legislation.
Following her visit to the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak., Dr Donna McDonald discusses how disabilities are dealt with in Malaysia.