The Dignity Project

Closes 30 Jun 2021

Opened 16 Apr 2020

Results expected 30 Jun 2021

Feedback expected 31 Jul 2021

Overview

Welcome to The Dignity Project Part I Survey. To take part in the survey, please review the following information. Click on the "share your story" button at the bottom of the page to proceed.

The Dignity Project is a research and community building agenda aimed at disrupting stereotypes and breaking through the physical, systematic, and attitudinal barriers that confront people with disabilities when interacting with their environments. These barriers often lead to exclusion, marginalization, and undignified treatment.

This survey is part of The Dignity Project Part 1: Citizen Science in Disability and Rehabilitation. The aim of this research is to collect and record people's experiences of and with dignity. We want to find out about any dignified interactions, experiences or important moments in the lives of people with disability. Citizen responses will assist researchers in developing a measurable, testable definition of dignity, what can be done to improve dignity, and to increase the incidence of dignified interactions, experiences, and moments.

In order to be eligible for this survey, you must be someone who identifies as a person with disability or qualify as someone with a disability for access to services and benefits. You must be over the age of 18.

By going to the next page, the Participant Information Sheet will automatically download to your device. Please review it if you need more information about the research.

Click on the link below to share your story

Areas

  • Princess Alexandra and QEII Jubilee Hospital catchments

Audiences

  • Carers
  • Families
  • Patients
  • People with a disability

Interests

  • Disability and Health