Group 3

Busy time for researchers

The Summer Foundation Research team is currently involved in an extensive range of projects.

These include:

  • Looking at the hospital to home journey for people with disability and complex needs with a focus on health and NDIS timeframes
  • Looking at ways to support young people stuck in hospital to find housing that aligns with their needs and preferences
  • Finding out what makes an effective support coordinator 
  • Looking at the impact of the NDIS on young people in aged care or those at risk of admission
  • Exploring factors that influence the quality of paid disability support
  • Investigating needs and preferences regarding housing, disability supports and assistive technology
  • Evaluating the outcomes and impact of tenants living in new specialist disability accommodation (SDA)
    to create an evidence base for the SDA market, and
  • Exploring the experience of partnering with people with disability in a co-design project

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Our partners in research, La Trobe University, are conducting a study to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people with acquired brain injury (ABI) e.g. stroke, traumatic brain injury, brain tumour, hypoxic brain injury. They are looking for adults with ABI who live in Australia, or carers/family members of adults with ABI to participate. Find out more here.

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