Care in context: Australian perspectives on caregiving and care work during COVID-19

This report presents new data from a survey about Australian experiences and attitudes towards caring and care work.
Systematic review

Evidence review: strategies to increase employment and economic participation for people with a cognitive disability

Commissioned by the National Disability Insurance Agency this research was undertaken to discover what helps people with autism, intellectual disability and psychosocial disabilities find and keep a job.
Journal article

Understanding paid support relationships: possibilities for mutual recognition between young people with disability and their support workers

Other authors
Ed Hall
This paper reports on recent research that explored the role of relationships with paid support workers in strengthening the rights and wellbeing of young people with cognitive disability in Australia.

Peer support practice review: final report of Stage 1A findings

The purpose of the practice review was to identify current good practice in peer support delivery and future capacity building needs for disability support organisations (DSOs).
Discussion paper

Caring for the carer: home design and modification for carers of young people with disability

This HMinfo Occasional Research Paper focuses on carers, that is those who deliver informal (unpaid) care to young people with disability, and particularly those carers who share their home with the person they are caring for, as well as the housing design considerations that may...