young adults

For affordability reasons, young adults staying at home longer even when they start their own families, they are more likely to live with their parents.

Having children stay at home later into their life may provide a hidden financial cost to Australian households. Electricity and food consumption…

PEERS (Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills) is radically changing the lives of young adults with autism.

There’s a common misconception that goes something like this: ‘Teenagers have no excuse for being homeless, they have perfectly good homes and parents who can look after them, they are probably just avoiding rules and chores’.

It’s cultural uncertainty that inspired author Chris Parker’s recent book, The Frog and the Fish: Reflections on work, technology, sex, stuff, truth and happiness.


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