Ariella Meltzer
Ariella Meltzer
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Social Impact, UNSW Sydney
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Personalisation schemes in social care: are they growing social and health inequalities?
E Malbon, G Carey, A Meltzer
BMC Public Health 19, 1-12, 2019
Siblinghood through disability studies perspectives: diversifying discourse and knowledge about siblings with and without disabilities
A Meltzer, J Kramer
Disability & Society 31 (1), 17-32, 2016
The role of trusted adults in young people's social and economic lives
A Meltzer, K Muir, L Craig
Youth & Society, 2016
Barriers to finding and maintaining open employment for people with intellectual disability in Australia
A Meltzer, S Robinson, KR Fisher
Social Policy & Administration 54 (1), 88-101, 2020
Perspectives of people with intellectual disability about open, sheltered and social enterprise employment: Implications for expanding employment choice through social enterprises
A Meltzer, R Kayess, S Bates
Social Enterprise Journal 14 (2), 225-244, 2018
Understanding the experience of social housing pathways
K Flanagan, I Levin, S Tually, M Varadharajan, VJ Verdouw, D Faulkner, ...
AHURI, 2020
Social insurance for individualized disability support: implementing the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
C Purcal, KR Fisher, A Meltzer
Social Policy Review 28, 173-190, 2016
‘I couldn’t just entirely be her sister’: the relational and social policy implications of care between young adult siblings with and without disabilities
A Meltzer
Journal of Youth Studies 20 (8), 1013-1027, 2017
Ending homelessness in Australia: A redesigned homelessness service system
A Spinney, A Beer, D MacKenzie, S McNelis, A Meltzer, K Muir, A Peters
AHURI Final Report, 2020
Cultivating supportive communities for young people–Mentor pathways into and following a youth mentoring program
A Meltzer, I Saunders
Children and Youth Services Review 110, 104815, 2020
The construction of social housing pathways across Australia
A Powell, A Meltzer, C Martin, W Stone, E Liu, K Flanagan, K Muir, ...
AHURI Final Report, 2019
Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes
K Muir, F Michaux, A Sharam, P Flatau, A Meltzer, M Moran, RA Heaney, ...
AHURI Final Report, 2018
Being trusted: The perspectives of trusted adults about engaging with young people
A Meltzer, K Muir, L Craig
Children and Youth Services Review 63, 58-66, 2016
‘I don’t feel like I’m in this on my own’: Peer support for mothers of children with intellectual disability and challenging behaviour
A Dew, S Collings, L Dowse, A Meltzer, L Smith
Journal of Intellectual Disabilities 23 (3), 344-358, 2019
Opportunities to enhance relational wellbeing through the National Disability Insurance Scheme: Implications from research on relationships and a content analysis of NDIS …
A Meltzer, L Davy
Australian Journal of Public Administration 78 (2), 250-264, 2019
The opportunities, risks and possibilities of social impact investment for housing and homelessness
K Muir, M Moran, F Michaux, S Findlay, A Meltzer, C Mason, I Ramia, ...
AHURI Final Report, 2017
Embodying and enacting disability as siblings: experiencing disability in relationships between young adult siblings with and without disabilities
A Meltzer
Disability & Society 33 (8), 1212-1233, 2018
What do people with intellectual disability think about their jobs and the support they receive at work
A Meltzer, S Bates, S Robinson, R Kayess, KR Fisher, I Katz
A comparative study of three employment support models, 2016
Co‐production in peer support group research with disabled people
C Purcal, KR Fisher, S Robinson, A Meltzer, N Bevan
Area 51 (3), 405-414, 2019
Why is lived experience important for market stewardship? A proposed framework for why and how lived experience should be included in stewarding disability markets
A Meltzer, H Dickinson, E Malbon, G Carey
Evidence & Policy 17 (2), 335-347, 2021
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