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At 30 June 2011, there were nearly 185,500 residential aged care places, an increase of more than 2,600 places compared with 30 June 2010.
This report on residential aged care presents statistics from July 2010 to June 2011. Together with its companion...
Current policies for increasing the supply of affordable housing in Australia envisage a greatly increased role for community housing organisations (CHOs), including as a provider of housing for homeless people.
Data from the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare indicate that in...
Australian Social Trends draws on a wide range of data, sourced both from ABS and other agencies, to present a picture of Australian society.
This publication aims to inform decision-making, research and discussion on social conditions in Australia. It covers social issues of current...
This Practice Sheet summarises and builds upon the findings from the Engaging Hard to Reach Families and Children study (Cortis, Katz, & Patulny, 2009) and provides ideas for practitioners and policy-makers about how to increase engagement of disadvantaged (or "hard to reach") families in child...
Public housing is an important way that government assists those in housing need. Safe, secure housing is essential for good health, employment, education and community wellbeing.
Without access to affordable housing, some people risk homelessness or struggle to meet utility, food and other basic...
This report uses hospital separations data from the National Hospital Morbidity Database to describe fall-related hospitalisations in the financial year 2006–07 and to present results of trends analyses for the period 1999–2007.
This report is the third in a series on hospitalisations due to...
The report focuses on hospitalised falls occurring in the financial year 2007–08 and includes estimates of the cost to the hospital system due to serious falls.
This report is the fifth in a series of reports on hospitalisations due to falls by older people in Australia. It focuses on hospitalised falls that occurred in the financial year 2008–09.
This qualitative research study explores the experiences of 49 younger mothers, who were below the age of 25 when they had their first child and in receipt of Centrelink income support payments. The findings show that younger mothers aspire to complete education or training, find...