RRTC on Employment of People with Physical Disabilities is Seeking Participants for Focus Groups for Individuals with Physical Disabilities

The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Employment of People with Physical Disabilities is conducting focus groups about people with physical disabilities’ work experiences including what has helped them find or keep a job as well as advance in careers. The RRTC is interested in talking with individuals who have physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, arthritis, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, or a physical disability due to a traumatic brain injury or other neurological impairment.

Anyone between the ages of 18 and 64 are encouraged to participate. Researchers are specifically interested in finding transition age youth between the ages of 18 and 24 to participate. The focus groups will be held over the telephone. Participants will receive a toll-free number and the information shared with the RRTC will be confidential. Participants will also receive a $50 gift card that can be used at a location of their choice.

Please contact Grant Revell for assistance and/or to participate. Individuals can contact him at wgrevell@vcu.edu or by phone at 804/828-6989.

We are posting this for information purposes as a courtesy to our readers. We are not affiliated in any way with this project and/or focus group. For more information please contact the RRTC on Employment of People with Physical Disabilities or Grant Revell directly.




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