Natural disasters have an enormous effect on the collective psyche of a community. This survey explored the changes people experienced with their relationships to their neighbours and communities following the catastrophic 2019/20 Summer Bushfire season in Australia.
Parenting is complicated. This survey explores people’s experiences with parenting, supporting their children, understanding their needs and disciplining them.
This survey explores people’s reasons for owning a pet, the theurepatic benefits of pet ownership and opinons about the efficacy of using pet’s in therapy services.
Christmas can be a time of stress and loneliness for some. This survey explored if and how people felt socially isolated at this time of year.
This survey examined the frquency and reasons for alcohol consumption among respondents and their partners and the potential harms this had caused.
This survey utilises five questions measuring psychological distress. It measures this against perceptions of neighbourhood identification to see well-being affects how people relate to their community.
Mental health discussions have been centred in the last few decades. However, this survey reveals that people’s ability to recognise their, and other’s, poor mental health and access healthcare services to support this remains a inaccessible to many.