NDIS in the News – Week beginnning 20th March 2017

Brotherhood Library staff will monitor press and update this post throughout the week Friday 24 March 2017 The Advocate – More people with disabilities needs in Tasmanian public service sector: Labor IN Daily Adelaide – “Thinkers” return with social enterprise focus Thursday 23 Mar 2017 Hawkesbury Gazette – NDIS information session Newcastle Herald – Privatised HomeCare and NDIS funding … [Read More] NDIS in the News – Week beginnning 20th March 2017

There’s Cause for Celebration and Concern in How Australians are Giving to Charity – The Conversation

Extract from an article by Wendy Scaife, Associate Professor and Director, Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, Queensland University of Technology & Christopher Baker, Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Investment and Philanthropy, Swinburne University of Technology Australians are a famously giving people, but what are some of the issues surrounding charities in this country? You … [Read More] There’s Cause for Celebration and Concern in How Australians are Giving to Charity – The Conversation

Can Training Your Working Memory Make You Smarter? We reviewed the evidence – The Conversation

Extract from an article by Giovanni Sala, PhD Candidate, Cognitive Psychology & Fernand Gobet, Professor of Decision Making and Expertise, University of Liverpool. We would all like to boost our cognitive ability beyond the limits set by Mother Nature. So it’s no wonder that brain-training programmes – which typically focus on training our working memory – are a … [Read More] Can Training Your Working Memory Make You Smarter? We reviewed the evidence – The Conversation

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