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A call for consistency is needed after a study by the La Trobe Eye Clinic's Dr Kylie Gran Ensuring children with disabilities receive the necessary eye assessments is crucial for providing them with appropriate care and support. A recent study conducted by La Trobe University underscores...

New research by Monash University delves into the challenges faced by Australian children with disabilities and their families in accessing safe and inclusive transport. The study, titled 'It shouldn't be this hard,' conducted by Monash University Emerging Technologies Research Lab and Mobility and Accessibility for...

 That leaves segregation on the table, writes Catherine Smith and Helen Dickinson The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has shared its final report. In this series, we unpack what the commission’s 222 recommendations could mean for a more inclusive...

 How do we help those most at risk? ask researchers Melissa Cain and Joanne Quick There is increasing concern about Australian students falling behind in numeracy and literacy. NAPLAN results show that 16.2% of Year 3 students are at or below the national minimum standards in numeracy,...

The next round of education reforms can fix this, researchers Catherine Smith and Helen Dickinson report The National School Reform Agreement is made about once every five years in Australia. This is the main way the federal government can steer changes in how Australian schools are...

AllPlay Footy: Paving the Way to Inclusive Football for Every Child In a remarkable collaboration, Monash University and the Australian Football League (AFL) are teaming up to revolutionize community football and make it accessible to all children. With one in five Australian children facing developmental challenges...

Adam Guastella,  Kelsie Boulton and Natalie Silove guide parents and what they should know about getting a neurodevelopmental assessment With childcare and schools starting the new year, parents might be anxiously wondering how their child will adapt in a new learning environment. Some parents may be concerned...

At a press conference recently, paralympian Dylan Alcott recalled the pain of being a child with a disability. He said he missed out on childhood friends, writes David Armstrong “I had no friends when I was five,” the Australian of the Year told reporters. “I even...