Australian Bureau of Statistics
4922.0 - Information Paper - A Statistical Definition of Homelessness, 2012
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The specific exclusions are:
How the elements interact with accommodation to determine whether a living situation is homelessness
The following matrix articulates the application of the three elements of homelessness, where a person does not have either financial, physical, psychological or personal means to seek out suitable accommodation.
When a person does not have suitable accommodation alternatives they are considered homeless if their current living arrangement:
The specific exclusions outlined earlier in the Chapter are exempt from evaluation in this matrix.
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