Closing date: February 28, 2019
IDES is a longitudinal study which aims to provide evidence about how people with disability obtain and sustain long-term employment. This research investigates the financial and health impacts of different employment outcomes on people with disabilities. The findings will identify ways to improve employment outcomes for people with disabilities and contribute to new government policies and models of service delivery.
This is a Delphi study to develop guidelines for considerations when providing mental health first aid to a person with an intellectual disability.
The project wants to hear your thoughts on end of life and palliative care, barriers to access, and how services could be improved. Participation is by phone or in person interview, or part of a group discussion and your contribution will be kept anonymous. To be eligible to participate, you will be from one (or more) of the following nine focus groups of people who are under-served or have complex needs. You do not need to have experience of palliative care services
The Melbourne Disability Institute and the Brotherhood of St Laurence are co-funding a research project on the different housing pathways available for people with disabilities.
Closing date: February 15, 2019
User research conducted in 2018 found that barriers to accessing service included the public-facing name and the website. The website redevelopment has already started and will improve navigation and reduce the legalistic language used in the information content. It’s now your chance to have a say about what a new public-facing name might be.