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Have your say about living in aged care


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The government committed to supporting young people to move out of aged care.

If you are 1 of over 3,000 people under 65 living in aged care, we would like to hear from you. 

What is this study about?

The aim of the research is to understand how the NDIS is supporting people to achieve their goals, particularly in relation to their housing needs and preferences. The research involves interviews with people living in aged care and their close others either by (phone or Zoom). You will receive a $40 Coles/Myer voucher for each interview.

Why are we doing this study?

The introduction of the NDIS means that now people under 65 years of age living in aged care have more choice and control over their lives. This includes the choice of where to live and with whom. We are doing this research to find out more about the experience of living in aged care and how the NDIS is supporting people to achieve their goals. We will use the knowledge gained to improve systems and support.

Who do we want to take part?

If you are a person under 65 years of age living in residential aged care, we would like to talk to you. You do not need to have NDIS funding to take part in the study.

How can you get involved?

If you are interested in participating in this study, please complete the form below or contact elroy.dearn@summerfoundation.org.au or research@summerfoundation.org.au. A research team member will contact you to tell you more about the study. 

All information you provide during interviews will be deidentified and your name will not be associated with anything you say.

  • By completing this form, you give us permission to contact you about potential research projects. It does not commit you to participating in specific projects, but is simply an expression of interest.
  • Having trouble completing this form? Please call us on 1300 626 560 or email us at info@summerfoundation.org.au
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