Our team.

Led by Associate Professor Sally Robinson, our research team works together to put children and young people at the centre of our work.

Associate Professor Sally Robinson

Sally is the lead researcher for the Research Involving Children and Young People with Disability (RCYPD) program at the Centre for Children and Young People.

Read more about Sally here

Professor Anne Graham

Anne is the Director for the Centre of Children and Young People, at Southern Cross University where this program of research is run.

Read more about Anne here

Dr Kate Neale

Kate is the research officer for the Relationships and Recognition research project. She also helps support the Young People’s Advice Group.

Read more about Kate here

Danielle Notara

Danielle is a Research Assistant and works on different research and evaluations projects at the Centre. She is also a PhD student on a scholarship through the Relationships and Recognition Project.

Read more about Danielle here

Lel D’aegher

Lel is an experienced researcher who works with us doing creative in-depth research with people with high and complex support needs.

Jaimsie Speeding

Jaimsie is our community researcher assisting us on all our projects, lending us her expertise on living with disability.

Young People’s Advisory Group

Our Young People’s Research Advice Group meet once a month to help us with our project. There are six members in this group. They assist us with all aspects of our research and give us feedback on how we can make it better.