Survey for young people transitioning from school to work

Survey for young people transitioning from school to work
Posted on Mon 14 Dec 2020

Cerebral Palsy Alliance has been working with a local organisation, Year 13, in regards to some ways we can collaborate to support the outcomes of our clients. 

Year 13 are conducting a survey for the Department of Social Services of young people with a disability aged 15 to 24 and parents of children with a disability aged 15 to 24.

The survey seeks to identify the barriers they face in transitioning from school to work. The research will help form a view on how young people with a diverse range of disabilities can receive the support required to participate in the workforce to help them live more fulfilling lives - our core mission at Year13.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes of time. All individual responses will remain anonymous and only aggregated data will be reported. Respondents will also go into the draw to win a $1000 cash prize.

In recognition of respondents’ feedback, Year13 will provide them with the government report which will contain the survey’s findings when it is released in 2021. If you could please share the survey with your network of students and parents it would be most appreciated, and we thank you in advance for your help in this important study.

Survey link available here. Thanks in advance for your support. 

Ian MAYER, of Caringbah South: Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia in the general division for service to the community through charitable organisations.

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