Previous Next

Indigenous Australians and the National Disability Insurance Scheme

List of Tables

Table 1.1

Number of discrete Indigenous communities and population by remoteness area, Australia, 2006

Table 2.1

Data sources on disability prevalence among the Australian Indigenous population

Table 2.2

Need for assistance compared with severe/profound core activity limitation, Indigenous and all Australians, by age-group, 2006 and 2008

Table 2.3

Indigenous persons with a core activity need for assistance, by age group and Indigenous status, Australia, 2006

Table 2.4

Number and proportion of Indigenous persons with a core activity need for assistance, by State/Territory and remoteness, Australia, 2006

Table 2.5

Indigenous Australians aged 15–64 with severe or profound core activity limitations, by disability group, 2008

Table 2.6

Indigenous Australians aged 15 years and over with disability or long-term health condition, by remoteness, 2008

Table 2.7

Indigenous persons with a disability or long-term health condition aged 15–64 years, by education restriction due to disability and age group, Australia, 2008

Table 2.8

Indigenous persons with a disability or long-term health condition aged 15–64 years, by employment restriction due to disability, and age group, Australia, 2008

Table 2.9

Severity of disability, Indigenous Australians aged 15 years and over by remoteness, 2002 and 2008

Table 2.10

Employment status by Indigenous status and need for assistance, Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians aged15–64 years, 2006

Table 2.11

Principal source of income by disability level and Indigenous status, Australia, 2006 and 2008

Table 2.12

Indigenous Australians aged 15–64 years, health risk factors by disability status, 2008

Table 3.1

Users of disability support services, by Indigenous status and age group, Australia, 2009–10

Table 3.2

Users of disability support services, by Indigenous status and location, Australia, 2009–10

Table 3.3

Characteristics of Indigenous and non-Indigenous service users of disability support services, Australia, 2009–10

Table 3.4

Disability service use rates for persons aged 0–64 years, by age group and Indigenous status, Australia, 2009–10

Table 3.5

Problems accessing service providers, Indigenous Australians aged 18–64 years, by disability, Australia, 2008

Table 3.6

Problems accessing service providers, all Australians aged 18–64 years, by disability, 2006

Table 3.7

Problems accessing services, Indigenous persons aged 15 years and over, by age group, Australia, 2008

Table 4.1

Community service data collections: Scope, related data and data quality

Table 5.1

Estimated average spending on comparable Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, Australia, 2012a

Table 5.2

Potential NDIS demand in 29 priority communities, Australia, 2006–2026

Table 5.3

Typology of ‘innovative’ rural and remote models for primary health care delivery

Table 5.4

Review of service provider models in regional, rural and remote areas of Australia

Table 7.1

Distribution of disability and related workers by remoteness area, Australia, 2006

Table 7.2

Average number of disability and related workers in the area by Indigenous status and remoteness area, Australia, 2006

Table 7.3

Proportion of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians who provided unpaid assistance to a person with a disability, 2006

Table A1.1

Indigenous population projection scenarios

Table A1.2

Example migration table

Table A1.3

Estimated/projected non-Indigenous and Indigenous population in 2006 and 2026 by RSDA

Table A1.4

Projected annual Australian Indigenous growth rates between 2006 and 2026 by RSDA and IREG

Table A1.5

Proportion of Australian population estimated/projected to identify as Indigenous in 2006 and 2026 by RSDA

Table A2.1

Tasks associated with limitation typing, SDAC

Table A3.1

Key questions to inform NDIS and mapping to available data

Table A4.1

Data sources on disability for the Indigenous population: Scope, definitions, data items and data quality/gaps

Table A5.1

Need for assistance with core activities by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: Rate compared to non-Indigenous Australians, 2006

Table A5.2

Statistical Divisions with the highest number and proportion of Indigenous persons needing assistance with core activities, Australia, 2006

Table A5.3

Indigenous persons with core-activity need for assistance, by State/Territory, Australia, 2006

Table A5.4

Need for assistance with core activities, by remoteness and Indigenous status, Australia, 2006

Table A5.5

Proportions of people aged 15 years and over in non-remote areas, by disability type, age and Indigenous status, Australia, 2008

Table A5.6

Education or employment restriction due to disability, Indigenous persons age 15–64 years, Australia, 2008

Table A5.7

Disability status by equivalised gross household income, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 15 years and over, Australia, 2008

Table A5.8

Highest school attainment, by disability and Indigenous status, age 18–64 years, Australia 2006 and 2008

Table A5.9

Indigenous Australians aged 18–64 years, reasons for not studying further in the previous 12 months although wanted to, by disability, 2008

Table A5.10

Self-assessed health status, by disability status and Indigenous status, persons aged 18–64 years, Australia, 2006 and 2008

Table A5.11

Number of stressors experienced in the previous 12 months by disability, Indigenous Australians aged 15–64 years, 2008

Table A5.12

Indigenous disability support services users, all ages, States and Territories, Australia, 2005–06 to 2009–10

Table A5.13

Disability support services users, by service type use and Indigenous status, Australia, 2009–10

Table A5.14

Non-Indigenous disability support service users, all ages, States and Territories, Australia, 2005–06 to 2009–10

Table A5.15

Disability support services users, aged 0–64 years by service type use and Indigenous status, Australia, 2009–10

Table A5.16

Indigenous disability support services users, by service type, Australia, 2005–06 to 2009–10

Table A5.17

Mean hours of support received by Indigenous status, service type and region, Australia, 2009–10

Table A5.18

Characteristics of users of disability support services, by Indigenous status, Australia, 2009–10

Table A5.19

Disability services users, aged 0–64 years per 1 000 potential population, by Indigenous status and State/Territory, Australia, 2005–06 to 2009–10

Table A5.20

Indigenous potential population aged 0–64 years accessing State/Territory disability support services, by remoteness area, Australia, 2009–10

Table A5.21

Problems accessing services, Indigenous persons aged 15 years and over, by remoteness, Australia, 2008

Table A5.22

Indigenous persons who did not access health services when needed and why, by remoteness, Australia, 2004–05


Previous Next