Experiences of lifetime, supported accommodation can vary significantly based on a range of factors. Here, ISCRR researchers take a close look at these factors to identify international best practice in this area - and how it can be effectively delivered to injured people in Victoria.

Accommodation Options After Traumatic Injury

There are various models of lifetime accommodation and support offered to individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Victoria. This study examines these models, to determine which ones offer the best quality of life.

Experiences of Community Transitions

How can we help individuals with traumatic injury move from restricted care environments to more independent living situations? To find out, these researchers are consulting a range of people involved in the process.

RIPL Evaluation

To ensure that they meet client requirements, researchers are reviewing the new living environments being built by the TAC through the Residential Independence Pty Ltd (RIPL) trust.

Design Contributions to Lifetime Care

This research team is currently looking all around the world to identify best practice in design and architecture for lifetime care - and assess how such practices could be applied in Victoria by the TAC.

Technology in Supported Accommodation

Shared Supported Accommodation (SSA) has a lot to gain from the possibilities offered by technology today. This study assesses how technology can be used in this context to improve the daily lives of SSA residents.