The project is being delivered by a consortium of organisations led by Cerebral Palsy Australia, Ability First Australia, the Cerebral Palsy Alliance and the Cerebral Palsy Support Network to establish a national online platform to increase the quality and accessibility of information available to people with cerebral palsy and the key people and services that most impact their lives. There are a few ways to get involved including participating in surveys or joining the reference group.
For more information contact the CP Info Project at:
T:+61 2 8259 7705
People with disabilities, or people who use accessibility features are invited to participate in a survey about the use of Video on Demand sites. This relatively new way of accessing television is a rapidly growing part of the media environment, and this survey will gather diverse perspectives on how accessible the different services offered are.
This research aims to learn more about young women and non-binary people’s experiences of sexual and gender-based violence. Learning more about how young women and non-binary people report and seek support after violence and abuse will help understand what needs to change. Your experiences with systems and institutions like the police, hospitals, and universities is valuable.
Do you have a disability or care for someone who does? Dietitians Australia wants to know about your experience with dietitians. Dietitians Australia has funding from the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to develop education and training for dietitians to improve how they work with people with disability. Your answers to this short survey will inform the education program and can help to improve the care that dietitians give to people with disability.
Closing date: September 30, 2021
This research project wants to improve understanding around what, where and how people with disability, who are not receiving funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), are finding and using any support and services they need to participate in the community and the economy.
People with disability aged 18-64 years living in Victoria, Tasmania or South Australia who do not have NDIS funding, and for their families and carers, are encouraged to provide valuable evidence by completing an online survey.
Closing date: October 10, 2021
Are you a woman or gender diverse person with disability who uses wheelchair accessible vehicles or Maxi Taxi’s? Are you able to travel to appointments, work, social engagements or whatever you like, when you like and with the service you like? You are invited to share your experiences by completing the survey.