Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Title and verso pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Symbols
    • Summary
      • Number of people who used both DS and HACC services in the same year
      • People using both service programs required higher, more complex and diverse supports
      • People using both service programs were more extensive users of the two programs
      • People using both service programs relied on these programs' complementary services
  • Body section
    • 1 Introduction
      • Background to the project
      • Policy environment
      • Analysis undertaken
    • 2 Data and methods
      • Data
      • Methods
    • 3 Number of people who used both DS and HACC services
      • Number and age profile of service users
      • Overview of users aged under 65
    • 4 DS user profile: users of both programs compared with DS only users
      • Age and sex
      • Disability groups
      • Support needs for participation in life areas
      • Living arrangements and informal care
      • Labour force participation and income
      • Individualised funding arrangements
      • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
    • 5 HACC user profile: users of both programs compared with HACC only users
      • Age and sex
      • Living arrangements and informal care
      • Country of birth
    • 6 Disability service use: comparisons between users of both programs and DS only users
      • Service groups
      • Service types
      • Combinations of services used
    • 7 Users of both DS and HACC: combinations of service use
      • HACC service use by people who use both programs
      • Combinations of DS and HACC services used
    • 8 HACC service use: comparisons between users of both programs and HACC only users
      • Assessment
      • HACC service use by people aged under 65
      • HACC service use by people aged 65 or older
      • Provision of aids and equipment
    • 9 Discussion
      • Flexible delivery of DS and HACC programs helps support individual needs
      • Complementary nature of combined DS and HACC service provisions
      • Support for informal carers of people with high-level support needs
  • End matter
    • Definition of service types
    • References
    • Appendix A: Data and technical notes for Chapter 7
    • Appendix B: Supporting tables for chapters 3-8
    • List of tables