Lunchtime Lecture: Associate Professor John Gilroy - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children with disability and service systems
National Disability Services (NDS) has been hosting a series of fascinating and well-attended lectures by academics working in fields relevant to the disability sector. Associate Professor John Gilroy will speak about his work that focuses on regional and remote Aboriginal children with disabilities and their families.
Join us for Lunchtime Lecture: Associate Professor John Gilroy - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children with disability and service systems.
John is a Yuin man from the NSW South Coast and is an Associate Professor of Sociology in Indigenous health, specialising primarily in disability studies. John has worked in disability and ageing research and community development with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, government, and non-government stakeholders for most of his life. John is passionate about Aboriginal owned and driven research as a means to influence policy. John has led many research projects in urban and rural/remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
For more information, contact National Disability Services.