Groundbreaking research tackles sexual health needs of LGBTQA+ Australians with disabilities

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05/15/2024

Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) and Western Sydney University (WSU) have joined forces on a groundbreaking four-year research project to address the long-neglected issue of sexual healthcare for LGBTQA+ individuals with disabilities. Funded by the Australian government’s Medical Research Future Fund, this study will be the first of its kind in Australia. The research aims to create a more inclusive healthcare environment and address the unique challenges faced by LGBTQA+ people with disabilities.

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