Research and Evaluation

  • Disabling barriers to maternity care - call for participants

    Posted by · December 01, 2020 2:10 PM · 1 reaction

    Imagine Better is working with DPA and 3District Health Board - Wairarapa, Hutt Valley and Capital and Coast DHB (3DHB) on a project about the maternity experiences of women who have babies born with impairments, and disabled women.

    This is an opportunity to contribute towards improving the delivery of maternity services in Wellington, Wairapapa and the Hutt Valley.

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  • Disabled People's Mental Health Services Research

    Posted by · May 26, 2020 4:14 PM

    The 3DHB commissioned Imagine Better to carry out a research project on the mental health and access needs of disabled people.

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  • LAC Evaluation Report

    Posted by · April 29, 2020 11:22 AM

    Imagine Better was commissioned to undertake an outcome evaluation of Local Area Coordination (LAC) services. The evaluation aimed to understand how well LAC is working for disabled people, families and whānau, and to create opportunities improving planning and service delivery.

     

     

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  • Baseline Study Mana Whaikaha

    Posted by · April 29, 2020 11:22 AM

    Imagine Better worked with Standards and Monitoring Services (SAMS) on the Ministry of Health Baseline Study in Midcentral. The Baseline Study shows what things were like before Mana Whaikaha started on 1 October 2018. Imagine Better completed the Systems Map component of the project.

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  • Family Leadership Review

    Posted by · April 29, 2020 11:22 AM

    The Family Leadership literature review focuses on the role families play in creating better outcomes for disabled people. It highlights the approaches families use to raise awareness about disability rights and promote community inclusion. It aims to redefine what family leadership is and show the varied ways families affect change in their communities.

     


     

    To find out more about our research and evaluation services

    email carey-ann.morrison@imaginebetter.co.nz

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  • Spaces of Belonging

    Posted by · April 29, 2020 11:21 AM

    Spaces of Belonging is a collaborative research project between Imagine Better, Disabled Persons Assembly and the University of Waikato. The overall aim of the project is to understand disabled people’s experiences of belonging, place and community. The project addresses political struggles, exclusion and marginalisation of disabled people within everyday social, economic, and political places and spaces.

     


     

    To find out more about our research and evaluation services

    email carey-ann.morrison@imaginebetter.co.nz

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