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Research & Publications

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Research

Jewish Care has a strong commitment to developing services that are built on an evidence base; undertaking research that guides strategic decision making and continuous improvement and working with partners to develop and apply best practice in the areas of Residential Aged Care, In Home Services, Disability Services and Individual & Family Services.

Some of the recent strategic and continual improvement research we have undertaken or partnered in includes:

  • Jewish Community of Victoria Disability Survey
  • The Avraham Zeleznikow Jewish Care Victoria and Monash University Russian Jewish Immigrants PhD scholarship
  • Hand in Hand™ Model of Support
  • Client Satisfaction Survey
  • Jewish Care Staff Demographic Survey
  • Volunteer Engagement Survey
  • Supporter Engagement Survey
  • Consumer Directed Care in Residential Care
  • Pain Awareness Project
  • GEN17 Survey
  • Families in Later Life Study

Publications

Aged Care for Older Survivors of Genocide and Mass Trauma

All Abilities Needs Analysis - Full Report

All Abilities Needs Analysis - Executive Summary

Community Expectations of Jewishness in Service Delivery - Full Report

Community Expectations of Jewishness in Service Delivery - Summary Report

Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence in Australia 2018
(Report by Australian Institute of Health and Welfare) 

Gen08 Survey - Poverty & Emergency Relief (Full Report)

Gen08 Survey - Older Jewish Australians (Full Report)

Gen08 Survey - Older Jewish Australians (Overview)

Gen08 Survey - Jewish Continuity (Full Report)

Gen08 Survey - Jewish Continuity (Overview)

Gen08 Survey - 2008/09 Jewish Population Survey (Preliminary Findings)

Gen17 - Australian Jewish Community Survey Preliminary Findings

Jewish Community of Victoria Disability Survey 2016

The Jewish Population of Australia - Key Findings from 2011 Census

The Jewish Population of Victoria - Key Findings from 2011 Census

Transforming Relational Trauma In a Residential Setting