Accessibility of community arts events for children with disability

By Curtin University

Researchers from the Curtin Autism Research Group are investigating the barriers and facilitators for children with physical/cognitive/developmental/ mental/behavioural conditions accessing community arts events.

What are the benefits of participating?

Every child has a right to participate in art, however, not all children have ready access to it. Your participation will help us improve the accessibility of community arts events for children with physical/cognitive/developmental/ mental/behavioural conditions.

Who can participate?

Parents or carers of children with physical/cognitive/developmental/ mental/behavioural conditions aged 0 – 12 years.

How do I participate?

Participate in a teleconference interview or focus group sharing your thoughts and experience on accessing community art events for the child you care for.

To take part in this study please contact Dr Elknda Lee on 08 9266 1760 or email [email protected]

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Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this study (HREC number 2017-0147). Should you wish to discuss the study with someone not directly involved, in particular, any matters concerning the conduct of the study or your rights as a participant, or you wish to make a confidential complaint, you may contact the Ethics Officer on (08) 9266 9223 or the Manager, Research Integrity on (08) 9266 7093 or email [email protected]