The compilation of this report list commenced in June 2011. It pertains to areas of interest to seniors and older Australians. It is not intended to be comprehensive. As time passes the links to the citations may become detached.
The list is presented in chronological order with the latest report listed first:
"Cybersafety for Seniors: A Worthwhile Journey", Second Interim Report Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety (March 2013) Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-74366-008-9 (Printed version); ISBN 978-1-74366-009-6 (HTML version))
"The desire to age in place among older Australians: volume 1 - reasons for staying or moving", April 2013) Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, AIHW,Canberra. (ISBN 978-1-74249-417-3 ; Bulletin no. 114. Cat. no. AUS 169. Canberra: AIHW)
"Where and how do Australia's older people live?" (April 2013) Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra. (Released in Reflecting a Nation: Stories from the 2011 Census (cat. no. 2071.0)).
"Australians want Time to Care" (April 2013), Australian Council of Trade Unions, Melbourne.
"Withdrawal versus continuation of chronic antipsychotic drugs for behavioural and psychological symptoms in older people with dementia" (March 2013) Declercq T, Petrovic M, Azermai M, Vander Stichele R, De Sutter AIM, van Driel ML, Christiaens T, The Cochrane Library 2013, Issue 3, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
"Hospitalisations due to falls by older people, Australia 2009-10" (April 2013), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra (Injury research and statistics series no. 70. Cat. no. INJCAT 146; ISSN 1444-3791; ISBN 978-1-74249-414-2).
“Perceived Job Discrimination in Australia: Its Correlates and Consequences” (March 2013), HAHN Markus, WILKINS Roger, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne, Melbourne (Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 9/13; ISSN 1328-4991 (Print); ISSN 1447-5863 (Online); ISBN 978-0-7340-4298-9).
"Poverty in Australia: ACOSS paper 194" (2012, updated March 2013), Australian Council of Social Service, Strawberry Hills, (ISSN: 1326 7124, ISBN: 978 0 85871 082 5).
"Dementia care in hospitals: costs and strategies" (March 2013), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Canberra, (ISBN 978-1-74249-406-7; Cat. no. AGE 72).
"Staying Connected: Social Engagement and Wellbeing Among Mature Age Australians" (March 2013), Heather Crawford, Heather Booth, NSPAC, Melbourne. (ISBN 978-0-9874598-4-8).
"Relocation to a Retirement Village: Who Considers Relocation and What are People Looking for?" (February 2013), Dimity Crisp, Peter Butterworth, Kaarin J. Anstey, Tim D. Windsor, NSPAC, Melbourne. (ISBN 978-0-9874598-3-1).
"Parliament of Victoria Family and Community Development Committee, Inquiry into opportunities for participation of Victorian seniors, Victorian Government response" (February 2013).
"The Role of Financial Literacy and Financial Adviser Anxiety in Older Australians’ Advice Seeking" (January 2013), Paul Gerrans, Douglas A. Hershey, National Seniors Australia, Productive Ageing Centre, Brisbane.
"Where Will I Live as I Age?: Senior Australians’ Needs and Concerns about Future Housing and Living Arrangements" (December 2012), National Seniors Australia and Group Homes Australia, National Seniors Australia, Brisbane (ISBN 978-0-9874598-1-7).
"The Health of Senior Australians and the Out-of-Pocket Health Care Costs They Face" (November 2012), Australian National University, NSPAC, Canberra (ISBN 978-0-9872894-9-0).
"AMA 2012 Aged Care Survey" (December 2012), Australian Medical Association, Canberra.
"Planning to be Productive: The Detailed Retirement Planning Strategies of Australian Pre-Retirees" (December 2012), National Seniors Australia Limited, Brisbane ( ISBN 978-0-9874598-0-0).
"Carers NSW 2012 Carer Survey" (November 2012), Carers NSW, Sydney.
Seniors Sentiment Index (December 2012), National Seniors Australia and Challenger, Brisbane (ISBN 978-0-9872894-7-6).
"Older people leaving hospital: a statistical overview of the Transition Care Program 2009-10 and 2010-11" (December 2012), AIHW, Aged care statistics series no. 38. Cat. no. AGE 71. Canberra: AIHW (ISSN 1329-5705; ISBN 978-1-74249-384-8).
"The Recognition and Respect: Mental Health Carers Report 2012" (November 2012), Mental Health Council of Austrlaia, Canberra (ISBN: 978-0-9807007-6-3).
"People with dementia in hospitals in New South Wales 2006-07" (November 2012), AIHW bulletin no. 110. Cat. no. AUS 165, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-74249-368-8).
"A Contributing Life: the 2012 National Report Card on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention" (November 2012), National Mental Health Commission, Sydney (ISSN 2201-3032; ISBN 978-0-9874449-1-2).
High-res and chapters at http://www.mentalhealthcommission.gov.au/our-report-card.aspx
"More Power To You: Electricity and People with Physical Disability" (November 2012) Public Interest Advocacy Centre Ltd, Sydney (ISBN 978-0-9757934-8-0).
"Changes in life expectancy and disability in Australia 1998 to 2009" (November 2012) AIHW bulletin no. 111. Cat. no. AUS 166. Canberra: AIHW (ISBN 978-1-74249-370-1).
“National Stroke Audit – Rehabilitation Services Report 2012” (November 2012), National Stroke Foundation, Melbourne, Australia (ISBN 978-0-9872830-2-3).
"Senior Australians and Prescription Medicines: Usage, Sources of Information and Affordability." (October 2012), Tim Adair, Lea Ortega, Jeromey Temple, NSPAC, Canberra (ISBN 978-0-9872894-6-9).
"What Next? Workforce Transitions and Retirement Planning Among Australian Pre-Retirees" (October 2012), National Seniors Australia and Insuranceline, National Seniors Australia Limited, Brisbane (ISBN 978-0-9872894-5-52).
"Palliative care services in Australia" (October 2012), AIHW, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-74249-360-2).
“National Carer Strategy Implementation Plan” (October 2012) Department of Families,
Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Australian Government, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-921975-76-9).
“National Carer Strategy Action Plan (2011–2014)”, (October 2012) Department of Families,
Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Australian Government, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-921975-75-2).
"Poverty in Australia" (October 2012), ACOSS, Australian Council of Social Service, Strawberry Hills (ISSN 1326 7124, ISBN 978 0 85871 082 5).
"It's Not Just About Money: Intergenerational Transfers of Time and Money To and From Mature Age Australians", (October 2012), Lisel O’Dwyer, Jennifer Buckley, Helen Feist, Kelly Parker, NSPAC, Canberra (ISBN 978-0-9872894-4-5).
"Palliative care in Australia" (October 2012), (Senate) Community Affairs References Committee, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-74229-707-1)
“Older Driver Safety Advisory Committee Recommendations to improve the safety of older drivers (aged 75 and over) in Queensland” (October 2012), Transport and Main Roads, Queensland Government, Brisbane.
“Household savings and retirement Where has all my super gone?” (October 2012) CPA Australia Ltd, Melbourne (ISBN 978-1-921742-35-4).
“Dementia in Australia” (27 September 2012), AIHW, Canberra (ISBN 978-1-74249-349-7; Cat. no. AGE 70; 280pp. )
"Barriers to Mature Age Employment: Final report of the Consultative Forum on Mature Age Participation" (August 2012), Prepared on behalf of the Consultative Forum on Mature Age Participation By National Seniors Productive Ageing Centre, Canberra (ISBN 978-0-9872894-1-4)
"Mobility scooter usage and safety survey report" (September 2012), A collaborative project involving the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, NRMA Motoring & Services, CHOICE, EnableNSW and Flinders University.
"Ageing Baby Boomers in Australia: Informing Actions for Retirement", (February 2012) Jack Noone et al, National Seniors Productive Ageing Centre, Canberra.
"Inquiry into Opportunities for Participation of Victorian Seniors", (August 2012) Family and Community Development Committee, Parliament House, East Melbourne. (ISBN: 978-0-987328-0-2, Printed version; 978-0-9873728-1-9, Electronic version.) http://www.parliament.vic.gov.au/images/stories/committees/fcdc/inquiries/57th/iopvs/Report/Opportunities_for_Seniors_Final_Report.pdf
"The rights of older people: Protection and gaps under human rights law", (August 2012) Marthe Fredvang and Simon Biggs, Brotherhood of St Laurence, Fitzroy Victoria; Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
"Can the taxpayer afford 'self-funded retirement'?" (August 2012) Dr Richard Denniss and David Richardson, Policy Brief No. 42, August 2012, ISSN 1836-9012, The Australia Institute, Canberra.
"Review of access to telecommunication services by people with disability, older Australians and people experiencing illness" (July 2012), Australian Government, Department of Broadband, Communication and Digital Economy, Canberra
"Ageism in Travel Insurance." (August 2012), National Seniors Australia, Brisbane, jointly with COTA, Adelaide
http://www.nationalseniors.com.au/ and http://www.cota.org.au/australia/default.aspx
"A human rights approach for ageing and health - Respect and choice: Home based and residential care for older people." (August 2012), Australian Human Rights Commission, Canberra.
"Neighbourhood characteristics: Shaping the wellbeing of older Australians", Pearson, E; Windsor, T et.al. (2012), NSPAC Research Monograph 2, National Seniors Productive Ageing Centre: Canberra.
"Financial Wellbeing: Concerns and choices among older Australians", Productive Ageing Centre, National Seniors Austrlia, Canberra (June 2012) http://www.nationalseniors.com.au/page/Driving_Change/Research/0612_PAC_Report_Financial_Wellbeing/
"Mature Age Workforce Participation: HR Pulse Survey Report" (8 March 2012), Australian Human Resource Institute, Melbourne
"Community Managed Mental Health: An agenda for the future" (January 2012) VICSERV
"People turned away from government funded specialist homelessness accommodation 2010-11", 2011, Cat. no. HOU 260. Canberra: AIHW. (15 December 2011)
"Disability Expectations: Investing in a better life, a stronger Australia" (2011) PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Canberra, Australia (November 2011).
"Realising the economic potential of senior Australians: turning grey into gold", 2011, Advisory Panel on the Economic Potential of Senior Australians, Canberra (12 December 2011)
"Australia's welfare 2011", 2011, Australia's welfare no. 10. Cat. no. AUS 142. Canberra: AIHW. (9 December 2011) (See Chapter 6 "Ageing and Aged Care")
“Disability Care and Support: Inquiry report”, 2011, Productivity Commission, Commonwealth Government, Canberra (10 August 2011)
“Caring for older Australians”, 2011, Productivity Commission, Commonwealth Government, Canberra (9 August 2011)
“National Carer Strategy”, 2011, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra (3 August 2011)
“The costs of caring and the living standards of carers”, 2011, Hill T, Thomson C, Cass B, Social Policy Research Paper no. 43, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra (31 July 2011)
“Joint issue paper: elder abuse”, 2011, Queensland Law Society, Brisbane. (June 2011)
"Younger people with disability in residential aged care: update from the 2009-10 Minimum Data Set." AIHW 2011, AIHW bulletin no. 86. Cat. no. AUS 135. Canberra: AIHW.
“Central Australia Renal Study”, Australian Department of Health and Ageing, The George Institute for Global Health, Canberra (June 2011)
"Diabetes and poor mental health and wellbeing: an exploratory analysis", AIHW 2011. Diabetes series no. 16. Cat. no. CVD 55. Canberra: AIHW. (23 June 2011).
"Housing assistance in Australia 2011", AIHW, Cat. no. HOU 236. Canberra: AIHW. (15 June 2011)
"The health of Australia's males", AIHW, Cat. no. PHE 141. Canberra: AIHW. (14 June 2011)
“Review of the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport”, The Allen Consulting Group 2009, Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Attorney General, Canberra (3 June 2011).
“Government-funded specialist homelessness services: SAAP National Data Collection annual report 2009-10: Australia.” AIHW, Canberra (3 June 2011).
“Annual Wage Review 2010-2011”, Decision, Fair Work Australia, Melbourne (3 June 2011).
“Bowel Cancer: Latest statistics and research into one of Australia's most common diseases”, GI Cancer Institute. (2 June 2011)
“Older people leaving hospital: a statistical overview of the Transition Care Program in 2008-09”, AIHW, Aged care statistics series no. 33. Cat. no. AGE 64. Canberra:. (2 June 2011).