Dr Ariella Meltzer

Research Associate

Ariella is a Research Associate at the Centre for Social Impact. Ariella’s research is about the relationships between different groups in society, including between people with and without disabilities; families; and young people. Her research focuses on the everyday enactment of relationships, the place of relationships in social policy and on how to improve social outcomes for relationships. She works on research and evaluations about the social and economic participation of people with disabilities and of young people.

 Ariella has experience in complex qualitative research, including projects involving multiple stakeholders, longitudinal components, multiple methods and diverse informational needs for different audiences. Her skills cross fieldwork with people with disabilities and young people, analysis of complex qualitative data and the presentation of information for different audiences, with a particular focus on accessible ‘Easy Read’ information for people with intellectual disabilities. Ariella completed her PhD at UNSW Australia in 2015. She is also a Research Associate at the Intellectual Disability and Behaviour Support Program, UNSW Sydney.



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