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Stancliffe, R. J. (2002). Provision of residential services for people with intellectual disability in Australia: An international comparison

This paper analyses data on residential services for people with intellectual disability in Australia. It emphasises the need to increase residential service provisions.

Sustainable housing paradigms? The impact of reforms on the social housing sector in South Australia and Northern Ireland

This paper considers the impact of reform on the social housing sectors in Northern Ireland and South Australia.

The influence of service users and NGOs on housing for people with psychiatric disability

This paper reports on a case study which examined mental health service users and carers, public housing tenants and non-government organisations’ (NGO) participation and representation within policy processes.

The State of Shared Lives in England 2015 - Full Report

Shared Lives offers a flexible, person centred solution to housing, care and support needs for older and disabled people, giving people the opportunity to share family and community life with a Shared

Lives carer. This is the 2015 annual report of the pr

Unpacking barriers to quality care for Deaf people in residential aged care facilities

This article explores barriers to quality care for deaf people living in aged care facilities. Service providers were interviewed. The paper suggests some ways of improving current practices that might benefit Australian deaf people.

Use of equipment and respite services and caregiver health among Australian families living with Rett syndrome

This study identified factors contributing to equipment and respite services use among Australian families caring for a girl/woman with Rett syndrome. Mothers' education and mobility influenced the use of resources and home respite services.

What policies and policy processes are needed to ensure that people with psychiatric disabilities have access to appropriate housing?

This paper uses data from a South Australian case study of a period of mental health reform (2000–2005) to answer the question of how different policy networks set agenda and implement policy to ensure that people with psychiatric disabilities have access to appropriate housing.

Younger People with Disability In Residential Aged Care Program: final report on the 2007-08 Minimum Data Set

This report summarises the characteristics of people who were 'on the books' during 2007-08 and the Younger People With Disability in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC) services they received.

Younger People with Disability in Residential Aged Care program: final report on the 2007-08 minimum data set

This report presents information on the people who were provided with support under the YPIRAC program and the services they accessed during the 2007–08 reporting period.

Younger people with disability in residential aged care, 2010-11

This report provides information about the Younger People with Disability in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC) initiative. The aim of the initiative was to reduce the number of individuals with a disability in aged care. The data suggest that the project was useful in providing support.

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