Living with Disability in New Zealand

Published online: 
02 October 2004


In 2001, Statistics New Zealand conducted two national disability surveys.

The Household Disability Survey examined the day-to-day living arrangements and activity restrictions of 7256 adults and children with disability living in households.

The Disability Survey of Residential Facilities gathered a smaller set of information from 928 adults with disability living in institutions such as homes for older people and hospitals.

This report comprehensively describes the results from the two surveys, covering all the main themes and issues they examined.

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Publishing information

  • Date of publication:
    02 October 2004
  • ISBN:
    ISBN 0-478-28305-9 (online)
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  • Ordering information:
    Only soft copy available to download
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