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Seize Tomorrow: Empowering Young Stroke Survivors thru Technology!

Are you a young stroke survivor eager to make a positive change in the community? This is your chance to be part of groundbreaking research!
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Research Title: Understanding how to use technology to improve the quality of life of young people after stroke.


๐ŸŽฏ Research Objectives: This study aims to determine how young stroke survivors can be best supported in their recovery and address any ongoing challenges using technology-based resources.

๐Ÿ’ก Research Benefits for YOU: We want YOUR voice to be heard in shaping solutions! Participating in this research may benefit you in the future when we deliver resources tailored for you. Our findings and resources aim to enhance recovery and daily living activities for young stroke survivors in Australia. As a token of gratitude, you can enter a draw to win one of four gift vouchers valued at $50 when you complete the survey.

๐Ÿค About Lived Experience Contributors: Your involvement is crucial! By completing a short, anonymous online or telephone survey (up to 15 minutes), you’ll share insights about your stroke journey and thoughts on using technology for support. Rest assured, all information provided will remain entirely anonymous. If interested, you can also participate in the next phase of the study (intervention) starting in late 2023.

๐Ÿ™‹ To Participate, You Should Be:

  • Aged 18-30
  • Experienced a stroke before turning 25
  • Currently residing in Australia

๐ŸŒˆ Participant Benefits: Your valuable input won’t go unnoticed! The results of this research will be shared through various channels like policy briefs, peer-reviewed journal articles, and websites. Your contribution will help shape the future of support for young stroke survivors.


For any queries or more information, contact Dinah Amoah at 03 6324 5441 or email [email protected].

Don’t miss this chance to be a part of something transformative! ๐Ÿš€๐ŸŒŸ

Ethical Approval: This study has received approval from the University of Tasmania Human Research Ethics Committee (H0028579).

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