Improving People with Intellectual Disability’s Understanding of Health Information

Researchers from 3DN and UNSW’s School of Education are doing a research study.

They want to know how health information can be shown so that people with intellectual disability can understand the information better. 

They are now looking for people with intellectual disability to take part.

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C-STAM study

We are looking to develop a new diagnostic tool called Computerised-Sydney Test of Activities of daily living in Memory disorders (C-STAM).

C-STAM will assess functional ability in older people​. The tool will help clinicians detect early cognitive changes in dementia.

We are looking for study participants to help us test the C-STAM. You will be eligible for the study if you are:

  • Aged 60 years or above
  • Living in Sydney
  • Able to understand, read and write in English without an interpreter
  • Have a family member or close friend who will also participate in this study

If you are interested in helping us develop the tool, fill out our online expression of interest form today