Grandparents still play an important role in providing childcare and emotional and financial support to families when it is most needed, according to new research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
New research by the Australian Gambling Research Centre has found that gambling addiction is having a much bigger impact on families in Melbourne's western suburbs, compared to those in Melbourne's east.
A study tracking the settlement experiences of a group of newly arrived humanitarian migrants in Australia has recorded an increase in those who have moved into employment.
Levels of risky drinking among Australian parents is a strong factor influencing their teenage children to try alcohol, according to a new study by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
New guidelines released today by the Australian Institute of Family Studies will strengthen clinical support for survivors of sexual assault who may drink or use drugs to cope with their experience.
Australians still turn to family for help and support in times of crisis, according to an Australian Institute of Family Studies facts sheet released today as part of National Families Week.
Australian mothers continue to do the lion’s share of the housework, even when their children have headed off to school and left home, according to the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
A sharp increase in the availability of games that simulate gambling poses a risk to young people by presenting gambling as attractive and relatively harmless, according to a report by the Australian Institute of Family Studies’ Australian Gambling Research Centre.
Counselling for individuals, couples and families works for a significant majority of those seeking help with relationships and life’s problems, according to a discussion paper released today by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
The Australian Institute of Family Studies today released a new fact sheet detailing key findings from a groundbreaking study on the settlement of humanitarian migrants.