The University of Wollongong and Assistive Technology Suppliers Australia (ATSA) are collaborating on a project that aims to improve outcomes for people who use MMDs.

 

web uni woollongong logo 20201140web atsa logo 20201140We want to talk to people to understand the challenges that they face in everyday life. You can read more about the research on our website here: https://www.letsmovetogether.com.au/
Information about the survey is available here. If you choose to participate in our online survey click this link: Qualitative Survey and Invitation to Participate.
Alternatively, you are invited to contact Dr Theresa Harada to arrange a suitable time for a phone or online interview. Scheduling is very flexible and most timetables can be accommodated. Information about the interview is available here. The interview will take about one hour. You will receive a $50 shopping voucher for donating your time. There are also opportunities for participating in other stages of the project.

This is your chance to have a say in how the future will develop for people who use MMDs! We look forward to hearing from you!

Contact: tharada@uow.edu.au or telephone 0423 383 113 and leave a message

Thank you for your interest in this study!

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This project is not being conducted nor funded by the NDIA. This study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee (Faculty of the Arts, Social Science and Humanities) of the University of Wollongong, (approval number 2019/503). If you have any concerns contact the UOW Ethics Officer +61 (02) 4221 3386 or email rso-ethics@uow.edu.au