Welcome to the Disability and Community Inclusion Unit of the School of Health Sciences.
Our role is to educate human service professionals to facilitate, advocate and support the quality of life, community inclusion and self-determination of all people living with disabilities and their families.
We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
At the undergraduate level we offer majors in Health Science, Behavioural Science and Psychology as well as double degrees with Education.
At the postgraduate level we offer Honours, Masters and PhD programs in addition to Certificate courses for professionals working in the field.
We are located in the South Wing of the Sturt Buildings at Flinders University (Room S250 Reception).
Ph: 61 8 8201 3745
Fax: 61 8 8201 3646
Work Integrated Learning Video!
View the Work Integrated Learning video
New Major in Rehabilitation Counselling
Their Shadows in Us
The new exhibition at the Flinders University City Gallery, aims to give new insights into one of Adelaide’s most extraordinary institutions, Minda Incorporated.
Orientation Week 24 - 28 Feb 2014
The Disability and Community Inclusion Unit are holding an information session for all students.
The Bi-Annual DEAI Outstanding Achievers Awards
Congratulations to Christian Parente who received the Disability Studies Student Award.
Seeking Participants for Internet Social Networking Project
Social networks of children and young people with disabilities in rural and regional areas: Can mobile and computer based technologies facilitate their social participation?
SA Health - Unregistered Health Practitioners: Code of Conduct
From 14 March 2013 health practitioners who are not within the ambit of the Australian Health Practitioners' Regulation Agency (AHPRA) will have to comply with a Code of Conduct and display certain information where they practice.