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Insecure housing and overcrowding risk children's health. But we've found a way to help

By Matthew Ankers, PhD Candidate , Flinders University
Yvonne Parry, Senior Lecturer, Flinders University
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More than 19,000 Australian children were recorded homeless on census night in 2016. That’s about one in six of the nation’s homeless population.

Many more children live in insecure housing, overcrowded spaces with a lack of privacy or security, or have to move often between accommodation, making it difficult to establish a routine.

Housing stress, spending more…

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