Individual Supported Living Discussion – Research results

Do you have a family member with high support needs who is living in an individual supported living arrangement?

Do you have a family member with high support needs who is living in an individual supported living arrangement?

About this Event

Do you have a family member with high support needs who is living in an individual supported living arrangement?

Do you work with people with disability who are looking into living in their own home?

Do you work in the disability or housing sector?

We would like to invite you to discuss the results of a recent research project conducted by researchers from Curtin University (WA) and the Centre for Disability Studies (NSW).

About the project:

The project was funded by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) to look at how individual living arrangements for people with intellectual disability and high support needs are a) established, b) contributing to positive outcomes and benefits for people with disability, and c) sustained over time.

About the workshop:

We held a workshop back in August 2020 to discuss the foci of the project, now we would like to run the results by you to make sure we capture the full picture. Please join our discussion and feel free to share this invitation with your networks.

Facilitators:

Professor Angus Buchanan

Chief Investigator

a.buchanan@curtin.edu.au

9266 3604 Bronte Walter

Research Assistant

bronte.walter@curtin.edu.au

9266 9277

This research project has been undertaken by Curtin University and the University of Sydney with promotional support from Developmental Disability WA

Information:

Contact the facilitators above or Mary Butterworth 9420 7230, mary.butterworth@ddwa.org.au

Getting There:

Train – City West stop on the Perth to Fremantle line

Bus – Green Cat (Sutherland St) or Yellow Cat (Harold Boas Gardens)

Car – Watertown Shopping Centre carpark or Delhi Street bays

This workshop is FREE