Quality

This article describes a person centred approach to risk to help think in a positive and productive way about how goals of people with disabilities can be achieved while considering the risks.

A 2012 review of outcomes and quality of life for people with moderate to severe intellectual disability who moved from larger congregate living into shared housing.

This collection of resources will have only a specific utility.  The resources referenced are not about readiness at all but about recovery.

For working with children, adolescents and young adults and their families, this is the organisational guide that accompanies the foundation document and the 5 practice guides in a suite of seven.    Provides important reminders and reinforcement about the need for systemic and reflective organisational practice.

Case study of a disability support provider's transition from block funding to individualised support.

Useful guide, resource and discussion prompter for voluntary members of Boards, particularly of smaller or new organisations, setting out the key considerations and critical issues for Board members with regard to developing and sustaining a culture of continuous quality improvement in non-government organisations.