Dr June Alexander


College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Sturt South (S257)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

June Alexander is a lecturer in the Disability and Community Inclusion Department, Bachelor of Disability and Developmental Education in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She has 30 years’ experience as a Developmental Educator and her previous experience includes CEO of a best practice SA rural disability service. June specialises in training for both staff working in the disability field and people with intellectual disability. Specifically, her research focuses on adult outcomes in employment for people with intellectual disability.


PhD, Flinders University (2019)

The state of on-the-job training in Australian Disability Services: implications for Policy and Practice

Master of Disability Studies, Flinders University (2004)

Research Project: Pro-rata Wages in Business Services for People with Disabilities

Bachelor Applied Science (Developmental Disabilities), Flinders University (1993)

Honours, awards and grants

PhD Scholarship awarded from Northcott Disability Services

Teaching interests

Disability Employment

Strategies to train people with intellectual disability

Topic coordinator
DSRS2234 Instructional Strategies
DSRS2237 Employment and Disability
Topic lecturer
DSRS2237 Employment and Disability
DSRS2234 Instructional Strategies
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Training for people with intellectual disability
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