We are committed to creating an environment where our clients are offered the best possible services. Participating in research means we can offer best practice in our work.
Emerge contributes to housing research
September 5, 2022
Emerge is one of a number of housing providers which have contributed to major research into housing for women over 45 at risk of homelessness in Melbourne.
A two-year collaboration between Emerge and La Trobe University has shown that a specially designed robot called Matlda can help to improve the behaviour of young children who have been affected by family violence.
Children make their mark with Matlda
February 26, 2021
Matlda is not the usual resident you would find in a refuge.Read More
Spreading wings and learning confidence in a Safe Nest
October 30, 2020
Six excited children and their mums met each other for the first time in early November at Emerge’s offices as part of the Safe Nest research program.
Research into Safe Nest Group impact to start
August 6, 2018
Emerge family therapists will work alongside researchers from Swinburne University of Technology and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute to test the impact of a mother and child program being introduced later this year. The Safe Nest program is being adapted from the Peek-A-Boo Club™, and focuses on the needs of children and their mothers who have experienced family violence. The research is made possible thanks to the legacy of the ...Read More