In January 2011, I joined the School of Human Services and Social Work in the Health Group at Griffith University as Senior Lecturer and Convenor of Disability Studies.
In 2012, I redesigned the Disability Studies stream so that it is framed by the principles of participation and social inclusion.
The disability studies courses are 'Conversations about Disability'; 'Disability: The Individual and Families' (suspended in 2013); 'Disability Perspectives' (also offered as an undergraduate course called 'Disability and Difference'); and 'Disability: The Inclusion Project.'
Students can upgrade their Graduate Certificate into a Masters in Human Services (Disability Studies) by undertaking a further 40 credit points of study. (New AQF standards introduced in 2014 may require an increase in the number of additional credit points of study).
You can find more about Griffith University's disability studies program in the School of Human Services and Social Work at Logan by clicking on the links below:
- Disability Studies at Griffith's School of Human Services & Social Work
- Griffith DisabilityConnect at Facebook - Griffith DisabilityConnect at Facebook