Help wanted

by stuart on 15 August 2011

Here are three opportunities to make your views heard, or to help with valuable research
Low Review – Call for Evidence
Call for Participants into a Dissertation Study on Wheelchair Access on London Underground
Research Opportunity


Low Review – Call for Evidence
The review invites anyone with an interest, particularly people living in state funded residential care, care home providers and local authorities, to share their views and insights on how personal mobility needs are met for people living in residential care.

Further information about the review and how to submit evidence can be found here.

Call for Participants into a Dissertation Study on Wheelchair Access on London Underground
I am an undergraduate student at University College London in the Department of Geography. I am undertaking a dissertation which is focused upon the accessibility of the London Underground Transport network for wheelchair users. In order to carry out this research I am looking to conduct a number of short (30mins) interviews/discussions with wheelchair users. If you are willing to participate in this valuable study please contact me, Elliott Thwaites.

Research Opportunity
We have been approached by a doctoral researcher in psychology at the University of Strathclyde currently researching for a PhD degree. The study looks at how parents think about behaviour in their children. We are looking for parents who have a child with a learning disability within the ages of 6 and 12. Please note that your child does not need to experience behaviour difficulties for you to be able to participate. If you are interested in taking part you will be asked to complete three online questionnaires. This should take around 25 minutes. All information is anonymous. Details are attached.

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