A researcher from University College London is looking to interview people about their experience claiming Personal Independence Payment in the last 5 years. The research aims to look at the experience of people with non-visible or non-apparent impairments claiming PIP, and explore ways the system could be improved.

They are looking for:

People with non-visible or non-apparent impairments who have applied for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) in the last 5 years (the application does not have to have been successful).

Expected commitment:

A one to two hour interview. The participant can choose whether this is online, in-person or via telephone. Interviews will begin 23 October, interviews can be arranged for dates and times chosen by the participant.

Commitment to inclusion:

Interviews will be conducted at a time and date chosen by the participant. Participants can rearrange or cancel their interview at any time. Documents can be provided in accessible formats. They encourage people to email to discuss any adjustments and the researcher will do their best to accommodate them.

Closing date: 18th December 2023

If you apply for this opportunity please let the organisers know that you saw it advertised by Shaping Our Lives. Thank you!

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