Young Carers Survey – Date Extended

Are you a young person aged 9-24 who provides unpaid care/support or spends extra time looking after someone who needs assistance?

If you do, we would like to hear from you!

Arafmi and Little Dreamers engaged a team of researchers at Griffith University in Queensland to undertake a research project. The project examines the experiences of people aged 9-24 who provide care or assist in providing care to family or friends.

We would like to hear about your experiences so that we gain a better understanding of how we can support young carers in the future.

We are asking you to complete an online survey that will take 15 minutes.

To thank you for your time in completing the survey, you can enter into a prize draw to win one of four $25 Coles or Kmart store vouchers.

Your answers will be kept confidential.

If you are aged under 16 you will need a parent/guardian to agree for you to do our survey. You will need to read and agree to the conditions outlined in the research information sheet provided at the start of the survey.

The research has received approval from Griffith University’s Human Research Ethics Committee.

The survey will be available until Monday, 24 May 2021.

If you would like to complete the survey, you can access it through this link – www.tinyurl.com/youngcarers1

Thank you for your time!

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