Thursday, 12 June 2014

A survey for the NSW Attorney General and Justice Department

During June, Taverner Research is completing a study of people with disabilities on behalf of the NSW Attorney General and Justice Department, and we have agreed to let our members know about it, in case you would like to take part:
We would like your opinion.

If you have a disability and have been in contact with any of the services listed below in the last 12 months we would like to talk to you about your experiences: 
  • Anti Discrimination Board 
  • The Administrative & Equal Opportunities Division of NCAT – the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal 
  • The Guardianship Division of NCAT, formerly the Guardianship Tribunal 
  • Law Access 
  • Local Court 
  • NSW Trustee and Guardian Financial Services section 
  • Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages 
  • Victims Services. 

What you tell us will help to improve these services for people with disabilities. 
  • The study will be conducted in April through to June 2014. 
  • We will need about 1 hour of your time. 
  • We will organize to talk to you by telephone or over the internet or we might be able to talk to you at a location close to your home to make it easy for you to get to the interview if that would work better 
  • You are welcome to bring an advocate to the interview. 
  • As a thank you we will give you an $80 gift voucher. 
  • The study is confidential so we will not tell anyone you have participated in the study. 

If you would like to take part or would like to know more about the study please call Richard of Taverner Research on 1800 212 290.

If you prefer you can email us at to tell us you would
like to take part.

Thank you. 

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