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Listening to the Intersectional Lived Experiences of Youth with Disabilities and Co-Creating Solutions

Are you a youth or young adult with a physical or apparent disability?

Consider participating in a study to share your experiences about disability discrimination and suggestions to enhance inclusion. The goal of this study is to understand the diverse lived experiences of youth with physical or apparent disabilities and particularly how disability intersects with race, ethnicity and gender. They want to hear your recommendations for solutions to address disability discrimination and ways that the inclusion of young people with disabilities can be enhanced. 

Who Can Participate?

  • Youth with a physical or apparent disability, aged 15-29 years old
  • Identify as belonging to a racial, ethnic and/or gender minority group
  • Able to read/ write in English (or with the help of an interpreter, can be provided upon request)

What's Involved?

A 1-hour interview (via Zoom or In-Person)


Participants will receive a gift card as a token of appreciation to thank them for their time. 

If you are interested in participating or have any questions, please contact Janice Phonepraseuth via email or phone: (416) 425-6220, ext. 3654