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 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 […]
Griffith promotes workforce diversity and inclusion during Disability Action Week and asks employers to ‘open-up to opportunity’.
Griffith University has entered a new three-year partnership with Queensland Ballet.
A pilot program aims to revolutionise rehabilitation for people living with a brain injury, using ballet.
A new partnership between Griffith and MAIC will examine the experiences of injured Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
Griffith has played a key role in a campaign to secure mandatory minimum accessibility standards in the construction industry,to improve the lives of people living with a disability and seniors around Australia.