Kids with disability are gamers too
Working with an eight-year-old boy with cerebral palsy, University of Melbourne researchers have co-designed a bespoke video game controller.
Caring for the carers
National Carers Week is a time to think about the unpaid work done by millions caring for loved ones with mental ill health say University of Melbourne experts.
Helping more students ‘see themselves’ in the classroom
Increasing the diversity of Australia’s teaching workforce hasn’t been a policy priority. University of Melbourne experts say it’s time for a rethink
Australia must include people with cognitive disability in politics
People with cognitive disability want their say in Australian politics and we must do more for their political inclusion, say University of Melbourne experts.
Why your brain health matters
On World Brain Day, work continues to access to vital therapies to improve life for people with brain disorders, say experts, including University of Melbourne.
It’s time to make waves in beach accessibility
University of Melbourne research found Australia could be a world leader in making beaches accessible to people of all abilities, but barriers remain
Empowering disabled talent in the Australian screen industry
A new University of Melbourne report highlights discrimination and inaccessibility for disabled film and television workers in Australia
Removing barriers to participation for people with disability
Policies that remove barriers to participation could substantially improve health and wellbeing for people with disability, say University of Melbourne experts.
Targeting support to break the cycle of disadvantage
Targeted support can break cycle of intergenerational disadvantage that weighs on single parents and parents with disability say University of Melbourne experts
Bringing answers to children with a little-known genetic condition
A University of Melbourne collaboration is helping to uncover the real needs and challenges of children and families facing a future with Usher Syndrome.