Elena Jenkin, B. AppSci (Intellectual Disability), Dip Interpreting (Auslan), GradDip (Auslan), Masters (International and Community Development) has 20 years of experience working with children and adults with a disability, at the individual, community, organisational and policy level. Specialise in the provision of disability inclusive technical advice, research and training.
Technical advice and training has focused on the the ‘how to’ of disability inclusion in areas such as policy, programming, training, early intervention, community based rehabilitation, health and sign language interpreting. Research inquiry has centred around understanding the outcomes of disability inclusion and more recently, disability inclusion within health services and systems. Recent work includes WHO (Western Pacific Regional Office) -Development of a resource regarding disability inclusive health services and CBM-Nossal Partnership -High-level technical expertise and training to support disability inclusive development.
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Jenkin, E. and Wilson, E. (2011) Disability inclusion practice: Research findings in Australia and thoughts for future research and practice in the Pacific and Asia, Development Bulletin, No. 74, pp.31-34
Wilson, E. and Jenkin, E. (2010) Organising inclusion work: key factors for success, In more than social inclusion for people with intellectual disability: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Roundtable on Intellectual Disability Policy, School of Social Work and Social Policy, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victora, pp. 52-61
Jenkin, E. and Wilson, E. (2010) Inclusion: making it happen: Key elements for disability organisations to facilitate inclusion, Scope Vic., Box Hill, Vic
Wilson, E.; Jenkin, E. & Campain, R. (2011). Outcome Measurement of Community Based Mental Health Services in Western Australia: Literature and Concept Summary. Inclusion Matters. This report is available on request to Elena Jenkin
Jenkin, E., and Wilson, E. (2010) Disability inclusion practice: Research findings in Australia and thoughts for future research and practice in the Pacific and Asia, Plain English Version