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Collaborating in research and development in a University-based centre offers mutual advantage. The collaboration itself is important - it breaks down barriers between theory and practice, and encourages positive relationships between health professionals, health consumers, carers, researchers and communities. Specifically, participation in CHASE will provide partners with increased capacity to drive positive social change, through policy development, workforce development and research.
As partners in CHASE, participants are able to contribute to:
Over the past four years CHASE and Wesley Mission Victoria have been working together on a variety of projects, all of which share the characteristic of aiming to promote social inclusion.
Scope is a not-for-profit organisation providing disability services throughout Victoria to thousands of children and adults with physical and multiple disabilities.
A partnership research project with the city of Wyndham