Flinders University Disability and Community Inclusion (FUDCI)
Our research focuses on enhancing quality of life, wellbeing and participation of individuals living with disability across the life span.
We make significant contributions to the research evidence-base in the disability field by:
- conducting quality research
- disseminating findings through conferences and publications
- advocating for improved policies and practices locally, nationally and internationally.
Our aim is to support person centred active supports, active engagement in choice and decision making, positive quality of life, community inclusion and self-determination of all people living with disability and their supports.
Complex communication needs
Communication abilities and social networks of adults with disabilities
Deinstitutionalisation / community Living
Enhancing participation of children, young people and adults with disabilities
Epilepsy and seizure disorders
Family and caregiver supports
Family quality of life
Mentoring Universal Design for Learning (UDL) postsecondary education for people with intellectual disability
Social networks of children and young people with disabilities in rural and regional areas
Special education in developing countries