Evaluation of Jo Wheatley All Abilities Playspace

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Do you and your family use the Jo Wheatley All Abilities Playspace in Dalkeith?

Final year Occupational Therapy Honours students from Curtin University are conducting a project to understand how families and their children with disability experience the All Abilities Play Space.

The project aims to gather information that will help improve the experiences of people using the Playspace and also assist in future playspace designs.

If you are interested in sharing your experiences you would be asked to participate in a one hour interview at a convenient time and location. All participants go in the draw to win $200 in prize money!

For further information please contact:
Casey Evans [email protected] or
Elissa Preedy [email protected] or
Emily Phillips [email protected] or
Professor Angus Buchanan 9266 3604 or [email protected]

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