Louise O'Rance


The geography of disability and economic disadvantage in Australian capital cities

This report presents data on the geographical distribution of severe disability among people aged less than 65 years living in Australian capital cities, based on analysis of the 2006 Census of Population and Housing.How is severe disability distributed within Australian capital cities? What is the...

Disability in Australia: acquired brain injury

Acquired brain injury (ABI) is a common cause of disability among people of all ages. Disabilities related to ABI are often complex and may cause limitations in many areas of life. This bulletin examines ABI in Australia: its causes, the prevalence and severity of disability...