DEVELOPING AND EVALUATING A NEW A COST EFFECTIVE SUSTAINABLE HEALTH AND WELLBEING SERVICE MODEL FOR DISABILITY SERVICE PROVIDERS
Grant number: 1076861 | Funding period: 2014 - 2019
This project aims to develop a model of care that improves the health and wellbeing of children with a disability, and their parents, implementing it within a major disability service and providing evidence of its impact on outcomes. The research involves partners from service planning, health economics, child health and development working together to ensure that the model of care for services is strongly aligned to the vision for improved outcomes through the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Related publications (3)
Understanding key worker experiences at an Australian Early Childhood Intervention Service
Dana Young, Lisa Gibbs, Kim-Michelle Gilson, Katrina Williams, Dinah Reddihough, Jane Tracy, Utsana Tonmukayakul, Rob Carter
The delivery of family-centred practice (FCP) within Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECISs) for young children with a disab..
Relationship between characteristics on magnetic resonance imaging and motor outcomes in children with cerebral palsy and white matter injury
Susan M Reid, Michael R Ditchfield, Jenny Bracken, Dinah S Reddihough
In a population cohort of children with white matter injury (WMI) and cerebral palsy (CP), we aimed to describe the magnetic reson..