In Aotearoa New Zealand, disabled people are homeowners, renters, boarders, living with families, living in group homes, or homeless.

But sometimes the houses disabled people live in are not adequate or safe.

The Donald Beasley Institute is doing a study.

They want to talk to 60 disabled people about their housing experiences.

Who can be in this study?
If you are a disabled person living in Northland, Auckland, Christchurch, Otago or Southland, and you are over the age of 18, you can take part in the study.

Where can you find out more information?
If you are interested in taking part in this study and would like to know more, you can go to: http://www.donaldbeasley.org.nz/…/disabled-person-led-moni…/

Registrations for participant interest will close at 5pm Monday 20th May. All research information is available in:

– Easy Read
– Braille
– New Zealand Sign Language
– Large Print
– Word Doc, Docx and PDF
– Te Reo Māori
– Audio recording