Health and Wellbeing

Children’s Emotional Development Is Built into the Architecture of Their Brains

https://www.ehn.org.au/uploads/244/500/Childrens-Emotional-Development-Is-Built-into-the-Architecture-of-Their-Brains.pdf

Children’s Emotional Development Is Built into the Architecture of Their Brains is an article written by National Scientific Council on the developing child. 

A growing body of scientific evidence tells us that emotional development begins early in life, that it is a critical aspect of the development of overall brain architecture, and that it has enormous consequences over the course of a lifetime. These findings have far-reaching implications for policymakers and parents, and, therefore, demand our attention.

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Mental Health Services in Australia - web report

https://www.ehn.org.au/uploads/244/489/aihw-hse-228-in-brief.pdf

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare have brought the new Mental Health Services in Australia 2019 report. Mental health services in Australia describes the activity and characteristics of Australia’s health care and social care services accessed by people with a mental illness.

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Couch Surfers - A profile of SHS clients

https://www.ehn.org.au/uploads/244/405/aihw-hou-298.pdf

Couch surfers are among the most hidden groups of people experiencing homelessness. This report explores the circumstances, experiences and housing outcomes of couch surfers who sought assistance from specialist homelessness services between 1 July 2011 and 30 June 2015. Based on service use patterns across a 4–year period, this comprehensive analysis highlights the diversity and the complexities of the couch surfer population. 

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The specialist homelessness services 2017-18 web report

https://www.aihw.gov.au/getmedia/7adcd21f-6d1a-4ea5-8182-37d4343555ff/aihw-shs-2017-18-vic.pdf.aspx

The specialist homelessness services 2017-18 web report is the seventh annual report from the Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC).

 

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Sleeping rough: a profile of Specialist Homelessness Services clients

An AIHW report

Rough sleepers are the most visible population experiencing homelessness. This report explores the circumstances, experiences and housing outcomes of rough sleepers who sought assistance from specialist homelessness services between 1 July 2011 and 30 June 2015.

Based on service use patterns across a 4-year period, this comprehensive analysis highlights the diversity and the complexities of the rough sleeper population.

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Brain-to-Brain, Body-to-Body

Brain-to-Brain, Body-to-Body: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Perspective on the Treatment of Children and Adolescents

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AIHW Report: Exploring drug treatment and homelessness in Australia: 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2014

There is much research to suggest a considerable overlap between people experiencing precarious housing, and drug and alcohol misuse. Linking client data from specialist homelessness services and alcohol and other drug treatment services, this report provides a picture of the intersection of these two issues on a national scale. 

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