Mohammad Tarik works with people with an intellectual disability who present challenging behaviour. His vision is to provide a better quality of life and services for the most vulnerable and isolated people in our community. Tarik has a commitment to maximising community participation and enabling active and meaningful involvement in community for people with intellectual disability who present challenging behaviour.
Tarik previously completed a Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry and Masters of Science in Animal Nutrition at Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh, as well as a Masters of Business Administration at the University of Ballarat, Australia.
Tarik’s special interests in disability include intellectual disability and challenging behaviour, community inclusion, leisure and recreation, better accommodation services for people with intellectual disability, care workers rights, and problems and prospects for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) care workers.
The Nita Curtis Scholarship will help Tarik to complete his Masters of Disability Studies, especially his research project. The study of disability services is relatively new to Tarik, who is studying at Flinders University to better understand disability and forge a new career in this sector.
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