Disability Research and Education.
The Donald Beasley Institute is a national, independent, non-profit organisation based in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Milner, P, Mirfin-Veitch, B. & Milner-Jones, M. (2016). “You care about me when you care about my son”: An exploration of the respite experiences of New Zealand carers. Dunedin: Donald Beasley Institute.
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Stewart, C., Gates, S., Milner, P., Mirfin-Veitch, B. & Schumayer, D. (2008). The impact of deinstitutionalisation on the families of the Kimberley Centre Residents. Dunedin: Donald Beasley Institute.
Bray, A., Moss, J., Forrester, K., & McConnochie, K. (2005). Evaluation of the complex carers group project. Dunedin, Donald Beasley Institute.
Mirfin-Veitch, B., Bray, A., & Ross, N. (2003). "It was the hardest and most painful decision of my life!" Seeking permanent out-of-home placement for sons and daughters with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 28(2), 99-111.
Bray, A., & Mirfin-Veitch, B. (2003). Disabled people and research: Putting families first. Making a difference in families: Research that creates change, 74-92.
Kelly, B. (2003). Working together to support children who have intellectual disabilities, and their families. Childrenz Issues: Journal of the Children's Issues Centre, 7(2), 50.
Bray, A. & Mirfin-Veitch, B. (2003). Research involving families with a disabled member. In R. Munford and J. Sanders (Eds.), Making a difference: Research and families (pp. 74-92). NSW, Australia: Allen & Unwin.