Disclosure of disability presents a number of challenges & choices for people with a disability, particularly those participating in education and employment. Choices may include 'Do I need to disclose my disability', ''when do I disclose my disability', 'how do I disclose my disability', 'what are my rights', 'do I have responsibilities when I disclose'. Employers and educators may also be challenged in relation to their role and responsibilities when a person discloses their disability.
'Choosing Your Path. Disclosure: It's A Personal Decision' addresses these challenges for people with disabilities, employers and educators. The website provides substantial information about options and pathways that people with disabilities can use in disclosing their disability in post secondary education and employment environments. The website also articulates the role and responsibilities of employers and educators in relation to disclosure .
'Choosing Your Path. Disclosure: It's A Personal Decision' is a web based resource.
'Choosing Your Path. Disclosure: It's A Personal Decision' is a collaborative project, written and funded by:
Anna Mungovan; Regional Disability Liaison Officer, Greater Western Sydney Region, hosted by the University of Western Sydney
Fran Quigley; Regional Disability Liaison Officer, Western Victoria, hosted by the University of Ballarat
This project is part of the National Disability Coordination Officer Program, funded by the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education.
All information provided on this website, unless otherwise noted, is copyright to the University of Western Sydney and the University of Ballarat. Unlimited distribution of the copyright material is permitted, but only if the source is acknowledged and textual and graphic content is not altered.
The copyright of other material found or linked on this website may be owned by other people or organisations, and you should get permission before distributing their material.
This Resource is a guide only and not intended as legal advice. We recommend that where particular matters are pursued, people should seek their own legal advice. The Authors have made every attempt to ensure accuracy, currency and reliability of the information contained in these documents.