Kymberly Martin

Do you use a Motorised Mobility Device?

If the answer is YES then you are invited to consider participating in a government sponsored research project about motorised mobility devices (MMDs).


The University of Wollongong and Assistive Technology Suppliers Australia (ATSA) are collaborating on a project on everyday mobility and motorised technologies. The research aim is to improve the life for those reliant on motorised mobility devices by better understanding their everyday mobility experiences.

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People who use a motorised mobility device are asked to complete a short survey. The survey aim is to collect insights into how they see a future of inclusion drawing on their experiences of being out and about.


The survey is available on this link Qualitative Survey and Invitation to Participate. Any information supplied will be de-identified and privacy will be protected.

Those who are interested in participating in a follow up conversation need to include contact details. A $50 shopping voucher will be provided to those who choose to participate in the follow-up conversation.

If you have trouble accessing the survey, or would like further information, email Dr Theresa Harada at the University of Wollongong: [email protected] or phone: 0423 383 113 and leave a message.