Patterns of group home culture in organisations supporting people with intellectual disabilities: a cross-sectional study
Organisational culture in group homes for people with intellectual disabilities has been identified as an influence on service delivery and staff behaviour. The aim of this research was to examine patterns of culture across group homes in disability organisations.
A prospective study of hospital episodes of adults with intellectual disability
The main objective of this study was to prospectively track episodes for adults with intellectual disability (ID) in Australian hospitals, with a focus on indications of the quality of care provided.
Enabling engagement and inclusion
This report summarises the findings from an Australian longitudinal study of the quality of support in group homes for people with intellectual disabilities. The study aimed to identfiy the organisational factors that influence the extent to which staff provide Active Support and sustain its practice...
Enabling mainstream systems to be more inclusive and responsive to people with disabilities
This report provide evidence about the processes and practices that enable mainstream services to identify and respond to the particular needs of people with disabilities as a matter of course.
Development of options to enable specialist schools to become “Centres of Expertise” to support local mainstream schools to implement inclusive education
Multiple research methods were used to develop options for specialist schools to enhance mainstream school inclusion.