The Design Cafe co-design initiative invited participants with disability to work alongside designers, engineers and occupational therapists to produce solutions to challenges.
The Griffith University Deaf Space has launched with a dedicated, deaf-friendly, safe study and interpreting space to support an increasing community of Deaf students with 20 enrolments in 2023.
Griffith researchers have developed a groundbreaking diagnostic tool to?streamline the custom fitting of bionic prosthetic limbs?which usually involve an arduous process of trial and error.
A Griffith University-led research initiative to discover the lived experience of Queenslanders with disability was released at Australia’s Disability Strategy Forum in Brisbane today.
Griffith University is solidifying itself as a 2032 legacy leader following exceptional representation and involvement at the Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) conference last month. The annual event invited key stakeholders from the Pacific Islands, New Zealand, and Australia to explore key issues, best practice, and the latest innovations across high performance, coaching, sport science, […]
Griffith University made an essential and substantial contribution to the development of a new national guideline, helping autistic children and their families access high-quality support. Autism is diagnosed in more than one per cent of the population and while all autistic children have great strengths, many also experience substantial challenges. The new guideline provides a […]
Access to education is vital to success and Griffith University is making sure students with disability have access to quality, higher education and benefit from a strategic commitment to inclusion through Griffith’s Disability Action and Inclusion Plan. This year, enrolments for students with a disability increased by almost 35%, and students identifying that they have […]