Research study recruiting adults with CP aged 30-64

Research study recruiting adults with CP aged 30-64
Posted on Wed 22 Dec 2021

What is the project about and why is it important?

We know physical activity is important for our health and wellbeing.How easy it is to take part in physical activity might change through adulthood. This project will be looking at the types of things that influence participation in physical activity for adults with CP.

Who can participate?

  • We are looking for adults with CP aged 30-64
  • Unfortunately, you will not be able to participate if you have an intellectual disability
  • A disability support person can assist the participant with CP

What is required from me?

  • When will my interview be conducted?
  • We can conduct your interview any time from November 2021 until June 2022.
  • Who will be conducting my interview?
  • The interviews will be conducted by Kaitlyn, who is a student researcher from theCurtin University School of Allied Health.
  • Kaitlyn will have assistance from her supervisors (Dr Lynn Jensen & Dr SianWilliams) who both have experience working with people with CP.

What to do if interested? 

Please email a member of the research team:
Kaitlyn Marshall (student researcher) -
Dr Lynn Jensen (supervisor) -
Dr Sian Williams (supervisor) -

Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this study (HRE2021-0621)

I’m Marie. I wear many hats; as a student in my first year at Western Sydney University studying communications, and I work as a Disability Support Practitioner for Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

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