Accommodating transition: improving housing outcomes for young people leaving OHC
This research examined the housing, homelessness, mental health, alcohol and drug and juvenile justice service usage pathways for out-of-home care (OHC) leavers in Victoria and Western Australia.
Using experience sampling methods to understand everyday experiences of adults with intellectual disability
People with intellectual disability (ID) are often excluded from social participation and have strictly controlled social or leisure activities. The experiences of people with ID are often understood by proxy, usually from the point of view of their parents/carers. Overcoming these barriers and finding ways...
Building sustainable supports for young unemployed men with intellectual disability through intergenerational mentoring at Men's Sheds
People with intellectual disability (ID) often experience multiple disadvantages in education, work, health, community and social participation. International research reveals that formal mentors can have important positive influences on wellbeing and employment. Men’s Sheds are ideally situated to support young adults with ID due to...
National survey of workers in the domestic, family and sexual violence sectors: final report
This report provides information about workers in services used by people affected by domestic and family violence and sexual assault.