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Disability support services 2000, national data on services provided under the Commonwealth/State Disability Agreement

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare,,

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2001

This report provides estimates relating to a single day (‘snapshot day’) and deals with: 1) consumers and their characteristics; 2) services received; and 3) numbers of service outlets for CSDA-funded services. The data in this report come from the CSDA Minimum Data Set (MDS) collection conducted

in May–June 2000, and cover State, Territory and Commonwealth CSDA-funded services.On the snapshot day in May–June 2000 an estimated 62,341 consumers received one or more

CSDA-funded services. Data about consumer characteristics, including disability groups,

support needs, method of communication, living arrangements and main income source are

detailed in this publication.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Health and wellbeing, Sector development and sustainability

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