The Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) program is designed to assist people with mental illness to access clinical mental health services linked to psychosocial rehabilitation and secure housing.
An evaluation to assess a three-year NSW Health program aiming to improve the capacity of mainstream mental health services to support people living with intellectual disability, comorbid mental illness and their families (the IDMH NDIS Program).
Early Childhood Intervention Australia NSW/ACT (ECIA) has commissioned research into the experiences of families and early childhood intervention (ECI) service providers in the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in NSW.
How are people with disability managing the transition towards individualised disability support? The project is a national comparative study of the impact of individual funding policies at Commonwealth, state and territory levels, using a mixed-method approach.
The NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care commissioned SPRC to design an evaluation framework and collect initial data for the accommodation support and funding models under Stronger Together 2 (ST2), now known as Ready Together.
This project is an evaluation of the Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) Plus, a program run by NSW Health that provides recovery-oriented, high-intensity support to people with severe and persistent mental illness to transition from institutional care to community living.
The action research project is about how disability support organisations provide culturally responsive supports to enhance the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) experience of Australian Chinese people with disability, their families, and communities in Sydney.
The Supported Decision Making Phase 2 project (SDM2) aimed to improve financial decision making support for people with cognitive impairment, so that people can take a more active part in decisions about their lives.
This is an outcomes evaluation of arts and sports projects for people with disability. The projects are funded by icare lifetime care, the NSW Government agency that provides support to people who were injured in a motor vehicle accident.