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Mealtime management study

How do you manage mealtimes at local cafes, restaurants or food courts? Do you encounter any issues during mealtime when you’re away from home, or have any good ideas for having a more enjoyable meal time?

The School of Psychology & Speech Pathology at Curtin University is conducting a study on meal time experiences in the local community.

They are looking for the following groups of participants:

  1. Individuals with swallowing, eating and drinking difficulties and a mealtime plan
  2. Support staff who assist an individual with eating and drinking
  3. Family members who assist an individual with eating and drinking

Consultant Speech Pathologist Gillian Cox who is running the study trains disability support staff on working well with people living with disability and swallowing, eating and drinking difficulties.

If you would like to participate in the study, contact Gillian Cox on 9466 8339 or [email protected].

More information on the study can be accessed here.

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