Disabled Youth Research Opportunity
Are you a disabled young person, aged 16-29?
Do you live in or around Glasgow?
Would you like to participate in a research project?
Disability and Youth Transitions is a research project exploring the experiences of disabled young people as they grow up.
They’re interested in all kinds of things you experience during this important time in your lives and will share what they learn with people who make policies designed to support you.
Who do they want to hear from?
They want to hear from young people with different kinds of disabilities. This includes young people with a learning disability, a physical disability, a long-term illness or health condition (mental or physical) and autistic or neurodiverse young people. They also want to work with people from different backgrounds. This includes race and ethnicity, sexuality and gender, class and living situation.
You should live in or around Glasgow including Inverclyde, East Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire.
What does it involve?
There are different ways you can take part in the project such as interviews and a range of creative activities. There will be opportunities to work on your own or with other people.
You will receive a £20 gift voucher for each of the activities you take part in.
Find out more
Find out more and sign up at: https://disabilityandyouthtransitions.co.uk/
You can also call to chat with Jane Cullingworth, who is the researcher, on 07405 767 464 or email at email@example.com.