#SayWhatYouThink: Interviews with Parents

Or are you the parent of a child or young person living with a life-limiting or life-threatening impairment (hereby LL/LTIs)?

Do you want the chance to tell your own story and speak about your experiences?

If so, we would like to invite you to participate in our research project that seeks to forge new understandings of the lives, hopes, desires and contributions of children and young people with LL/LTIs and their families. We are looking for people to take part in a friendly and informal interview, either over Skype and/or Facebook Messenger or email.

What is the project’s purpose? Working in partnership with children and young people with LL/LTIs and their families, as well as leading disability and arts organisations DMD Pathfinders, Purple Patch Arts, and Good Things Foundation, the project will be a space where disabled children and young people and their families can tell new stories of disability; their own stories.

What do I have to do? You will participate in a one-on-one interview that will take place online. You can be interviewed over Skype, on Facebook Messenger, or over email; whichever feels most comfortable to you.

Please read more in our Parent Participant Information Sheet

If you would like to participate or have any questions, please email k.liddiard@sheffield.ac.uk.


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