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Wendy Shaw

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  1. Moving to my home: housing aspirations, transitions and outcomes of people with disability

    Author(s): Ilan Wiesel; Carmel Laragy; Sandra Gendera; Karen Fisher; Samantha Jenkinson; Trish Hill; Kate Finch; Wendy Shaw; Catherine Bridge

    Description: This report seeks to understand the barriers and success factors facing people with disability to transition into housing which better suits their needs and preferences, and the outcomes associated with these moves.

    Type: research

    Wiesel, I., Laragy, C., Gendera, S., Fisher, K., Jenkinson, S., Hill, T., Finch, K., Shaw, W. and Bridge, C. (2015) Moving to my home: housing aspirations, transitions and outcomes of people with disability, AHURI Final Report No. 246, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/246

  2. Addressing the housing needs of participants is critical to NDIS success

    Author(s): Ilan Wiesel; Sandra Gendera; Karen Fisher; Trish Hill; Wendy Shaw; Catherine Bridge; Carmel Laragy; Samantha Jenkinson; Kate Finch

    Description: This Research and Policy Bulletin provides details of the key findings and policy implications from the completed AHURI research project Accommodating NDIS: maximising housing choice in a reformed disability sector.

    Type: Other

    Wiesel, I., Gendera, S., Fisher, K.R., Hill, T., Shaw, W., Bridge, C., Laragy, C., Jenkinson, S., Finch, K. (2015) Addressing the housing needs of participants is critical to NDIS success, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 205, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/205

  3. Indigenous homelessness

    Author(s): Christina Birdsall-Jones; Nalita Turner; Vanessa Corunna; Gemma Smart; Wendy Shaw

    Description: This research found that the Indigenous understanding of homelessness, and response to housing need, is shaped by kinship obligations which are deeply embedded in the structure of Indigenous society. Those without housing will approach kinfolk for shelter first, and will usually be given a place to stay. This can conceal the rate of secondary homelessness among Indigenous people and result in permanent overcrowding.

    Type: Other

    Birdsall-Jones, C., Turner, N., Corunna, V., Snart, G., Shaw, W. (2010) Indigenous homelessness, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 134, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/134

  4. Indigenous homelessness: place, house and home

    Author(s): Christina Birdsall-Jones; Wendy Shaw

    Description: The policy research aim of this research is to understand the place, house and home needs of Indigenous peoples and how to address these needs through housing and other service responses that secure sustainable solutions and support stable life conditions.

    Type: Other

    Birdsall-Jones, C., Shaw, W. (2008) Indigenous homelessness: place, house and home, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 107, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/107