Sally Robinson is Professor of Disability and Community Inclusion at Flinders University. Her work is focused on opportunities and barriers to flourishing lives for people with disability. Most of Sally’s research is co-produced with people with cognitive disability. She works collaboratively across disciplines, with government and in community organisations to address key social concerns such as safety and abuse, wellbeing, participation, and funding and organisation of community services. Sally has worked with people with disability for almost thirty years in a range of advocacy and support roles, and has lived experience of disability herself.