Starkick – Research Study Documents

Over a period of 18 months a Research team from Curtin University and Ability Centre undertook an academic study into the benefits of Starkick for participants. The study tracked the progress of 60 children across 3 seperate Starkick Centres – Coolbinia, East Fremantle and Joondalup.

The findings published in 2018 were reviewed internationally, with the research team being invited to present at a  Paediatric Conference held in Paris in early 2019.

Thanks go to Noula Gibson, Project Leader and Principle Investigator, Ability Centre, Curtin University, Sian Williams, Principle Investigator, Curtin University and Lynn Jensen, Principle Investigator, Curtin University for all their work.

Starkick Research:  RELEVANCE AND IMPACT STATEMENT

Starkick Research:  Research Findings Benefits of Starkick – Curtin Uni / Ability Centre

Starkick Research:  RESEARCH REPORT – Physical benefits of Starkick

Starkick Research:  5 LESSONS LEARNT

Starkick Research:  TOP 10 STRATEGIES TO INCREASE PARTICIPATION 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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