Your Experience navigating Jetty Road, Glenelg

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The City of Holdfast Bay is working in partnership with the University of South Australia on a joint research project to investigate ways in which navigating the built environment can be enhanced for seniors in the community.

We invite your participation in this survey to help us identify the barriers and enablers to navigation of one of our busiest areas, the Glenelg Jetty Road precinct, where a trial is being conducted as part of this research

This survey is now complete.

The City of Holdfast Bay is working in partnership with the University of South Australia on a joint research project to investigate ways in which navigating the built environment can be enhanced for seniors in the community.

We invite your participation in this survey to help us identify the barriers and enablers to navigation of one of our busiest areas, the Glenelg Jetty Road precinct, where a trial is being conducted as part of this research

This survey is now complete.

  • The City of Holdfast Bay is working in partnership with the University of South Australia on a joint research project to investigate ways in which the usability of the built environment can be enhanced for seniors in the community. If you have any questions or want to know more about this research project, please contact Dr Jun Ahn (Lecturer, School of Natural and Built Environment, jun.ahn@unisa.edu.au).

    We invite your participation in this survey to help us identify the barriers and enablers to navigation of one of our busiest areas, the Jetty Road Glenelg precinct, where a trial is

    The City of Holdfast Bay is working in partnership with the University of South Australia on a joint research project to investigate ways in which the usability of the built environment can be enhanced for seniors in the community. If you have any questions or want to know more about this research project, please contact Dr Jun Ahn (Lecturer, School of Natural and Built Environment, jun.ahn@unisa.edu.au).

    We invite your participation in this survey to help us identify the barriers and enablers to navigation of one of our busiest areas, the Jetty Road Glenelg precinct, where a trial is being conducted as part of this research. This survey is aimed at people aged 65 and older. It is expected to take 15 -25 minutes to complete the survey. 

    It is not anticipated that there are any risks to participation in this study beyond those encountered during everyday life. Participation in this study is entirely voluntary and you are free to decline to participate or to withdraw from the research project at any stage without affecting your relationship with the researchers, the University of South Australia or the City of Holdfast Bay, now or in the future. Please note that, following the submission of your survey, the researchers will be unable to remove your results as data will be anonymous and it will not be possible to distinguish and remove your individual responses.

    The survey in intended to be anonymous and the researcher will take every care to remove any identifying material from the responses you provide as early as possible. Individuals' responses will be kept confidential by the researcher and participants will not be identified in the reporting of the research. All records containing personal information will remain confidential and no information which could lead to the identification of any individual will be released, unless as required by law. However, please be aware that the researchers cannot ultimately guarantee the confidentiality or anonymity of material transferred via the internet. Non-identifiable results from the survey will be securely retained for a period of five years after the completion of the project, stored electronically on the UniSA computer servers. By completing and submitting the survey, you are indicating that you have read and understood the Participant Information Sheet and give your consent to be involved in the research. This project has been approved by the University of South Australia's Human Research Ethics Committee. If you have any ethical concerns about the project or questions about your rights as a participant please contact the Executive Officer of this Committee, Tel: +61 8 8302 3118; Email: vicki.allen@unisa.edu.au'.

    The information you supply in this submission will also be used to assist Council in its decision making. This information may be included in a Council report which is available to the public. You can find more information on how the City of Holdfast Bay manages your personal information in the City’s Privacy Policy, available on our website www.holdfast.sa.gov.au. Also, if you would like to receive the summary of findings from this research, please send an email to Dr Jun Ahn. You will receive a copy of the research findings document as soon as it is prepared.


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