Marist180 is uniquely placed to learn from research in Australia and overseas, and to try, test and learn from service innovations.
The Marist180 Research Directorate was established in 2017 to generate and lead research initiatives that foster excellence and a strong evidence base for Marist180 services and those of our partners.
With a dedicated team of staff and capacity to engage research expertise from academic specialists and other research bodies, Marist180 research projects and activities will:
Implement and maintain a social impact framework for current and future Marist180 services.
Monitor, report, and contribute to research studies and improved practice and innovation in services provided in out of home care; education, youth transitions and employment for disadvantaged people; and Aboriginal and settlement services.
In 2017 we are focused on the following research projects:
- Improving Marist180’s ability to listen and learn from its service users and staff, through a review of how stakeholders experience Marist180 feedback and complaints processes.
- Improving out of home residential care and its outcomes, by:
- Investigating reasons for low school attendance for young people in Marist180 residential care and learning from young people, Marist180 staff, schools and other stakeholders how to improve school attendance and achievement.
- Investigating how Marist180 residential care homes can be good neighbours, so that young people can live in neighbourhoods and enjoy relationships that are safe, respectful, peaceful, and positive.
Our Research Team
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