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Looking for Disabled young adults for a study on Personal Assistants (PAs)

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A new study by Northumbria University asks how young Disabled adults (age 18-30) choose who is the right personal assistant (PA) for them. The project is looking to speak to young Disabled people (age 18-30) with a range of genders and sexualities about their experiences.

They are looking for:

If you’d like to take part you must be aged between 18 and 30, live in England, and have about 6 months experience of managing your support arrangements. You do not have to have a PA right now. It doesn’t matter what your gender or sexuality is.

More information:

Find out more from the website: The Support, Genders & Sexualities Project – A project funded by NIHR School for Social Care Research (wordpress.com)

Findings will be used to develop resources for use by PAs, young disabled adults, and social care organisations.

How to Apply

For more information, please contact Ned Coleman-Fountain by emailing edmund.coleman-fountain@northumbria.ac.uk

Involvement Payment Details

All participants will receive a £20 gift voucher for taking part.