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We want to hear young disabled people's experiences of independent living

Emma Community member, Scope Member Posts: 85 Connected
We’re carrying out research about young disabled people’s experiences of living independently. We’re organising focus groups of young disabled people in which they will discuss their experiences of social care services. We are recruiting a group of between 16 and 20 people who are:
• aged 17 to 19 or 24 to 26 years old
• currently using publicly-funded social care
• living in and around London and available on 14-15 January
• have experiences with social care they are happy to talk about.

If you know anyone who would be interested in taking part or want more information, please contact Scope’s Research team: Andy McKeown on 0207 619 7245 or at andy.mckeown@scope.org.uk
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