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Towards Design for Neurodiversity

Participant Information Statement and Consent Form

Project flyer


What is the “Towards Design for Neurodiversity” study about?

We are seeking to understand about the way sensory impact of buildings might impact how a range of neurodiverse people use public buildings.


Do I have to take part in this research study?

Participation in any research study is voluntary.

Read the Participant Information Statement and Consent Form and project flyer carefully (ask questions if necessary, see contact details below). You will need to download and install Adobe reader first; as they are PDF documents.


What are the possible risks or benefits in participating?

The risk to you is minimal.

We hope to benefit other Australians who are interested in the use of evidence based design to improve a wider range of neurodiverse people’s experiences when visiting public buildings, and to help building designers understand how they can make public buildings better  for neurodiverse  people.


What should I do if I have further questions about my involvement in the research study?

The study is being carried out by the following University of New South Wales researchers:
Professor Catherine Bridge, Dr Peter Kohane, Dr Simone Reppermund, PhD Candidate Ms Maximilienne Whitby

The person you may need to contact will depend on the nature of your query.


Research Team Contact

Name: Professor Catherine Bridge
Position: Director of Home Modification Information Clearinghouse
Telephone: 1800 305 486

Name: Maximilienne Whitby
Position: PhD Candidate
Telephone: 0412872491


Complaints Contact

Position Human Research Ethics Coordinator
Telephone + 61 2 9385 6222
HC Reference Number HC190438

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