Monday, 21 April 2014

'Belonging' survey - about/for young people living in rural areas

Southern Cross University researchers want hear from young people with cognitive disabilities who live in rural areas, what helps them to feel good about their lives:


Excerpt from the information flyer for the 'Belonging' survey
- click on the link for further information, a link to the survey and 
contact details for the researchers

The survey builds on the results of a research project conducted by 30 young people with cognitive disability in regional towns. These young people told us through interviews and photography what matters in their lives. With this survey, we are seeking to understand the things that are important to a wider range of young people.

The research is being conducted by a group of academic and community researchers, led by Dr Sally Robinson at the Centre for Children and Young People (Southern Cross University).

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