Habitus Collective is working with the London Borough of Barnet to understand the experiences of Disabled residents, as well as residents with accessibility or mobility needs, or long-term health conditions, or those who may identify as neurodivergent. They want to know how you access council and community services, and the barriers you may face.

Habitus is looking to speak to Disabled young people between the ages of 18 – 35, male residents and members from the Deaf community.

This will involve taking part in an interview with Habitus to share your experience of local services and community life. This can be done via the phone, online or in-person.

Habitus is completely flexible as to how Disabled residents wish to take part in this research project. They will also have interpreters for residents if they would like to access this support, as well as visual aids. Habitus will be paying £40 to disabled residents who take part. Habitus will also share what they find from this research project with residents at the end of the project.

They will be holding interviews until the end of April 2023.

If you apply to take part please let the organisers know that you saw this advertised via Shaping our Lives – thank you!

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