Disability

Listed below are some of our more recent publications on disability-related topics.

Office for Disability Issues and Statistics New Zealand.  2013.  Disability and Formal Supports in New Zealand: Results from the 2006 New Zealand Disability Survey.  Wellington: Statistics New Zealand.
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Disability and formal supports 2006

Data chart - Disability and formal supports 2006

Ministry of Health.  2011.  Health Indicators for New Zealanders with Intellectual Disability.  Wellington: Ministry of Health.  [Report for Ministry of Health].
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Health Profile Intellectual Disability

Office for Disability Issues and Statistics New Zealand.  2010. Disability and Mäori in New Zealand in 2006: Results from the New Zealand Disability Survey.Wellington: Statistics New Zealand. [Report for Office for Disability Issues].
(Click here to see a pdf version of the report.)

Disability and Maori 2006

Data chart - Maori-Non-Maori Disability - gender

Data chart - Maori-Non-Maori Disability

 

Office for Disability Issues and Statistics New Zealand.  2009. Disability and Informal Care in New Zealand in 2006: Results from the New Zealand Disability Survey.Wellington: Statistics New Zealand. [Report for Office for Disability Issues].
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Disability and Informal supports 2006

Data table - Disability and Informal supports 2006

Office for Disability Issues and Statistics New Zealand.  2009. Disability and Travel and Transport in New Zealand in 2006: Results from the New Zealand Disability Survey. Wellington: Statistics New Zealand. [Report for Office for Disability Issues].
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Disability and Travel and Transport 2006

Office for Disability Issues and Statistics New Zealand.  2008.  Disability and Education in New Zealand in 2006. Wellington: Statistics New Zealand. [Report for Office for Disability Issues].
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Disability and Education 2006

Data chart - Maori-Non-Maori Disability - education

Maskill C, Hodges I.  2007.  Review of evidence relating to provision of interventions for children with less severe vision problems. Auckland: HealthSearch Ltd.  [Unpublished report for J R McKenzie Trust].  Parts of this report were included in: J R McKenzie Trust.  2008.  Improving Services to Children with Mild and Moderate Vision Impairment in New Zealand: Äta Titiro. Wellington: J R McKenzie Trust.
(Click here to see a pdf version of the J R McKenzie report.)

 

Ministry of Health.  2005.  Living with Intellectual Disability in New Zealand: Key Results on Intellectual Disability from the 2001 Household Disability Survey and the 2001 Disability Survey of Residential Facilities.  Wellington: Ministry of Health.  [Report for Ministry of Health.  Caroline and Ian contributed to this report].
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Ministry of Health.  2004.  Living with Disability in New Zealand: Summary: Key results from the 2001 Household Disability Survey and the 2001 Disability Survey of Residential Facilities.  Wellington: Ministry of Health.  [Report for Ministry of Health].
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Living With Disability in New Zealand

Ministry of Health.  2004.  Living with Disability in New Zealand: A Descriptive Analysis of Results from the 2001 Household Disability Survey and the 2001 Disability Survey of Residential Facilities. [Report for Ministry of Health.  Caroline and Ian authored 9 of the 11 chapters: Introduction; Patterns of Disability; Support, Equipment and Services; Education; Employment and Income; House and Home; Travel and Transport; Adults with Disability Living in Residential Facilities; Future Focus].
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Maskill CH, Hodges ID.  1998.  Service Needs of Children with Limb Reductions.  Auckland: HealthSearch. [Report for Rehabilitation Management Ltd].
(Click here to see a pdf version of the report’s summary.)

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