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Author Thomson, Neil.

Title Disability and handicap among Aborigines of the Taree area of New South Wales / Neil Thomson, Christopher Snow
Published Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, [1994]
©1994

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Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 W'PONDS  362.849915 Aus/Aat  1994/9  AVAILABLE
Description iv, 31 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health series, 1036-4838 ; no. 9
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health series. 1036-4838 ; no. 9
Summary Report of a census of disabilities and handicaps using interviews with 907 Aborigines in 229 households in the Taree area; overall the level of reported disabilties was 2.5 times higher for males and 2.9 times higher for females than for males and females in the total Australian population; disorders of sense organs and mobility handicaps were most frequently reported; concluded that results highlight the need to assess Aboriginal people in other parts of Australia
Notes CIP confirmed
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 28)
Issuing Body At head of title: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Subject Aboriginal Australians with disabilities -- Australia -- Taree (N.S.W.)
Aboriginal Australians with disabilities -- Australia -- Taree Region (N.S.W.)
Aboriginal Australians with disabilities -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Taree
Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene -- Australia -- Taree (N.S.W.)
Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Taree
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Taree Region (N.S.W.) -- Handicapped
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Taree Region -- Handicapped
Health surveys -- Australia -- Taree (N.S.W.)
Health surveys -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Taree
Aboriginal Australians with disabilities -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Taree Region
Health -- Social aspects -- Australia.
Disabled Persons.
Oceanic Ancestry Group.
New South Wales.
Author Snow, Christopher.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
LC no. 96114708
ISSN 1036-4838
ISBN 0644330775