Survey

Getting the NDIS back on track: a survey of people with disability

Nearly half a million people in Australia with disability are participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The findings of this recent survey reveal a conundrum at the heart of the NDIS participant experience - while many individuals see the real benefits of the...
Journal article

Moving into new housing designed for people with disability: preliminary evaluation of outcomes

The purpose of this research is to assess the change in individual outcomes for people with disability and complex needs after moving into newly built, individualised apartments in the community.
Report

Moving into new housing designed for people with disability: evaluation of tenant outcomes - interim report

The preliminary findings presented in this interim report examine the tenant outcomes of people with disability moving into Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funded apartments, with appropriate technology, support, design and location.
Journal article

A scoping review to explore the experiences and outcomes of younger people with disabilities in residential aged care facilities

In Australia, over 6,000 adults younger than 65 have been inappropriately placed in nursing homes designed to accommodate older adults. The primary aim of this review was to map the literature on the experiences and outcomes of young people with disability who are placed in...
Journal article

The outcomes of individualized housing for people with disability and complex needs: a scoping review

This article argues that a more substantial evidence base regarding individualised housing outcomes, in particular long-term outcomes, and outcomes for people with an acquired disability, is required.