The University of Newcastle, in partnership with the icare Foundation's 'WorkUp' initiative, is currently offering free access to the Living in Recovery program for people with a work-related injury.
This is being offered as part of a pilot trial to understand how effective and useful the program is for Australia's workers.
Help guide program development
By getting involved in its earliest stages, you can help guide program development by providing feedback on your thoughts and experience with the program.
Any feedback you provide will only be accessed by the research team from the University of Newcastle. We will not share your personal information with your employer, icare, or your claims manager.
Am I eligible?
If you have are receiving workers compensation, you may be eligible for free access to the program during the pilot.
Here's the requirements:
- Living in NSW, Australia
- Currently receiving workers compensation for a physical or psychological injury claim
- At least 18 years of age
- Access to an internet-connected device (e.g., smartphone, tablet or PC)
- Able to read and write English
- Motivated to do self-learning from home
- Willing to complete all program evaluation requirements
Workers who are eligible and complete all program requirements are able to receive a $50 e-gift card (Coles/Woolworths) in appreciation for your time contributing to the pilot evaluation.
For more information, talk to your case worker or contact us.