Leaving school: Transitions for young people with intellectual disability Advisory Group

October 19, 2020

Are you a young person with intellectual disability BETWEEN 18 AND 30 YEARS OLD? Would you like to be part of a Research Advisory Group helping a research project?

This Project is finding out what it is like for young people to leave school and begin work, training, or community participation activities.  You would come to online meetings to talk about the project and your ideas for making it better. You do not have to do any homework. There will be 2 meetings about 4 months apart. You will receive a gift card for your time.

If you would like to help, or to ask more questions:
E: transitionsresearch@westernsydney.edu.au

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Sydney University
Date published:
Mon 19th Oct, 2020
Closing date:
Mon 23rd Nov, 2020
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