Disability Research and Education.
The Donald Beasley Institute is a national, independent, non-profit organisation based in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Black, A., & Mirfin-Veitch, B. (2016). Why bother with accessibility [Powerpoint Slides]? Retrieved from http://www.clarity2016.org/why-bother-with-accessibility
Mirfin-Veitch, B. & Brandford, S. (2014). Legal issues faced by elders with intellectual disability (In press). In Diesfeld, K. (Ed.), Essentials of Elder Law in New Zealand. Thomson Reuters.
Johnston, H., Henaghan, M. & Mirfin-Veitch, B. (2007). The experiences of parents with an intellectual disability within the New Zealand Family Court System. New Zealand Family Law Journal, 5(9), pp. 226-236.
Bray, A., Dawson, J., & van Winden, J. (2000). Who benefits from welfare guardianship? A study of New Zealand law and people with intellectual disabilities. Dunedin, NZ: Donald Beasley Institute.
Mirfin-Veitch, B. Diesfeld, K. Gates, S. Henaghan, M. (2014). Developing a more responsive legal system for people with intellectual disability in New Zealand:Executive Summary. Dunedin: Donald Beasley Institute.
Making the justice system better for people with learning disability in New Zealand: Easy Read Report. (2015). Dunedin: Donald Beasley Institute. (This report was translated into Easy Read by People First New Zealand Inc - Nga Tangata Tuatahi).
Bray, A., Dawson, J., & van Winden, J. (2000). Who benefits from welfare guardianship. A study of New Zealand law and people with intellectual disabilities. Dunedin: Donald Beasley Institute.