Participation in clinical studies can help advance disability research, increase understanding and gain access to additional support.
As one of Australia’s leading disability therapy providers, Therapy Focus is often asked to assist organisations that are seeking participants for research and clinical studies that target people with disabilities, their families and carers. We are able to promote opportunities where ethics approval is provided by a recognised tertiary body or Government agency.
If you are facilitating research and would like our assistance with promotion, please contact us.
Quality of Life for Adults with AutismNovember 8th, 2018
Curtin University PhD student Rebecca Kuzminski is looking for adults aged 18-50 years with autism to take part in a 40-60 minute interview about their quality of life.
Mental health and wellbeing surveySeptember 13th, 2018
Curtin University PhD student Jacintha Hee is conducting a study to investigate factors that contribute to good mental health and wellbeing, as well as factors that contribute to mental ill-health. Jacintha is particularly interested in factors that influence the quality of life of people with a disability.
Emotion Recognition ProjectSeptember 4th, 2018
We are looking for adults on the autism spectrum who attended mainstream schooling to take part in an emotion recognition project. The project aims to determine if computer-based program and/or an online mentoring will be beneficial for adults on the autism spectrum to understand how emotions are typically recognised and explore potential strategies to cope with certain social situations.
Children with disability and feeding and/or swallowing disorderJuly 16th, 2018
Curtin University researchers are looking for families of children with a disability that have feeding or swallowing issues to participate in a study that examines support structures and lived experiences.
Are you a legally appointed guardian to a family member with an intellectual disability?July 16th, 2018
This research project explores the decision-making experiences of family members who are
legally appointed guardians of individuals with intellectual disability on issues relating to
prescription of neuroleptic or anti-psychotic medication and challenging behaviour.
Living with intellectual disability studyJuly 16th, 2018
Researchers from Curtin University are running a study exploring the experiences of young adults living with intellectual disability.
Telethon Institute for Child Health ResearchOctober 11th, 2017
The research team at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research conduct a number of important studies throughout the year.