Families care for and support one another, though sometimes the cost of caring for family members can be exceedingly high.
This report is aimed at providing a better understanding of the needs of the carers of children who are living in out-of-home care in Australia.
This Research Snapshot focuses on the socio-demographic characteristics of foster and relative/kinship carers and aspects of their care experience.
This Research Snapshot focuses on carers' reports on their access to and views on service support.
This Research Snapshot focuses on carers' reports on training they had received and the degree of contact with their caseworker.
This Research Snapshot explores the thoughts and feelings of carers of out-of-home-care children about their care experience
This Research Snapshot directs attention to carers' wellbeing and their family relationships.
CFCA— Oct 2017
An overview of out-of-home care statistics in Australia.
This resource explores how an understanding of abuse and neglect of children with disability can assist in establishing child-safe organisations.
This paper provides new information about Australian children providing informal care for a family member.
Examines the views of Australians about the obligations of parents and their adult children concerning financial and accommodation support.
Synthesises and assesses the evidence on the prevalence of risk-taking behaviour in children of former and current military personnel.
This literature review investigates whether family members can affect how well service personnel transition out of the military.
A review of government initiatives that help families balance their work and family responsibilities.
Examines the physical, mental, social, and economic wellbeing of the children of veterans, and the risk, protective and mediating factors involved.
This report presents information on parents who care for people with a disability in Victoria, focusing on the issue of ageing.
Based upon data from a national survey, conducted in 2006, of 1,002 carers who receive an Australian Government payment directed towards carers
This paper examines meanings and expectations of family life and support for people aged 50 to 70, focusing on social relations between generations.
This paper examines the interactions and flows of aid up and down between three generations of the same family.
This book draws together key facts and figures about family formation and change, drawing on information and analysis from a wide variety of sources.
Explores the mobility and dislocation experienced by members of the ADF, the effects on child care, children's education and spousal employment.
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