Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Foreword to workshop proceedings
    • Abbreviations
    • Workshop recommendations
  • Body section
    1. Opening remarks
      • Introduction to the Indigenous disability data workshop - Barry Wight
      • An Aboriginal community control perspective - Steve Larkin
      • A State perspective - Ian Hamm
      • A Torres Strait Islander perspective -Grace Fischer
    2. Reports on the roles of Commonwealth agencies: (505KB PDF - scanned image of hard copy)
      • Department of Health and Family Services - Kim Wisener
      • Department of Social Security and Centrelink - Cheryl Trussler
    3. Reports from State and Territory agencies
      • New South Wales - Allan Dernee
      • Victoria - Ian Hamm
      • Queensland - Mike Lewis
      • Queensland - Don Lewis
      • South Australia - Vicki-Lee Knowles
      • Western Australia - Charlie Rook
      • Tasmania - Sue Prestedge
      • Northern Territory - Ali Nur
      • Australian Capital Territory - Elaine Pulleine
    4. Concepts. definitions and data collection
      • Ideas and options for collecting disability data for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples - Jennie Widdowson (ABS)
      • Disability definitions and concepts: working towards national consistency - Ros Madden (AIHW)
    5. Assessing the need for services: surveys, other collections and studies (5.7MB PDF - scanned image of hard copy)
      • Aboriginal perception of disability: developing a shared lexicon - Trish Rees
      • The Taree study - a model for Indigenous disability research - Neil Thomson
      • Do/How do/should definitions of disability incorporate Indigenous perceptions of disability? - Louis Ariotti
      • Plans for testing the Beta ICIDH-2 in the area of indigenous Australians with a disability - Kate Senior
      • The Aboriginal community controlled health sector perspective on the collection and use of Aboriginal health data. and its relevance for people with a disability in Aboriginal communities - Pat Swan and John D.B Williams
    6. Quality and reporting of Indigenous disability data
      • Reporting on government services received by Indigenous people with a disability - Jeff Byrne
      • The Indigenous identification standard classification question and issues for disability - Phillipa Scurrah
      • Assessing the completeness and quality of Indigenous identification in administrative collections - Barbara Gray, Joan Cunningham and Tony Barnes
      • Issues of identification in CSDA-funded disability support services - South Australia and Victoria - Mary Beneforti and Yin Paradies
  • End matter
    • Appendix 1 - Workshop agenda
    • Appendix 2 - Workshop participants