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Participation in clinical studies can help advance disability research and provide access to additional support.

As one of Australia’s leading disability service providers, Therapy Focus is often asked to assist researchers who are seeking participants for studies that target people with disability, their families and carers. Below is a list of current studies seeking participants.

We are able to promote studies where ethics approval is provided by a recognised tertiary body or Government agency.

If you would like your study listed, please enter your details using the form below.

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Current Studies

Assessment of Functioning Project

Researchers at the Telethon Kids Institute are looking for parents and carers of young people aged 0‐20 years with neurodevelopmental conditions to participate in a research project that will test and evaluate tools that assess functioning.
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Autism Transition Project Focus Group

Researchers from Curtin University are inviting people with autism and their parents to participate in a 45-60 minute focus group or interview about supporting the transition of individuals on the autism spectrum to adulthood.
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Cool Kids – Taking Control

‘Cool Kids – Taking Control’ is an online self-help program that is designed to help children (7-11 years) who have been targets of bullying and who also have high levels of anxiety. It is based on the well-known Cool Kids anxiety program developed at Macquarie University in Sydney.
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Cerebral Palsy Hydro Study

Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) is undertaking a research study to see how fitness changes in youth with cerebral palsy after a 10 week pool-based physiotherapy program.
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