Research Projects

CP Info Project – get involved

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:
E: contact@cerebralpalsyaustralia.com
T:+61 2 8259 7705

Accessing justice in rural and remote areas in Victoria: The experiences of workers from disability, advocacy and victim/survivor support services.

This study is looking at the factors that may impede access to the justice system for someone who has a disability, who is a victim/survivor of crime and who resides in a rural, regional or remote area in Victoria. If you work in a disability, advocacy or victim/survivor service, and have supported victim/survivor of crime … Continued

Exploring the use of capacity building supports to help make individualised living a reality

This research project aims to understand how participants use formal and informal capacity building supports to transition to more individualised living options (ILO) and choose a home that’s right for them. NDIS participants, family, carers, and other supporters are invited to participate in focus groups. Participants need to be 18 years and over, have lived experience with intellectual disability, Down syndrome, On the autism spectrum, Psychosocial disability or Cerebral palsy (or parent, carer, other supporter) and have a home and living goal, are thinking about home and living options OR have Individualised Living Options (ILO) or Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding in your plan

If you are interested in participating please contact the NDIA Research Programs team on
E: researchprojects@ndis.gov.au
T: (03) 9621 6118