Please register with:
Department of Psychology
RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED
We are looking for adult, visually impaired women to volunteer to talk about their experiences with violence and their everyday safety concerns. You do not necessarily have to have been victimized to take part – we are looking for a range of voices.
As a participant in this study, you will be asked to take part in a small focus group with about 6-8 other visually impaired women that will last approximately 90 minutes.
In appreciation for your time, we will provide you with a FREE self-defence workshop for blind/partially-sighted women.
For more information about this study, or to volunteer,
ALEXIS FABRICIUS 647-388-0664
This study has been reviewed by and received ethics clearance
through the York University Research Ethics Board.
- Approximately 6-8 women per focus group. The focus group itself is 90 min and the self-defense session will be about 90 min. So, approximately 3hrs for both parts. (on the flyer)
- Interested women must call Alexis to register for one of two sessions to be offered in December 2017.
Sessions will take place at the CNIB at 1929 Bayview Ave (Room 218 A and 218 B) To meet Alexis at the front reception.
On: Sat Dec 2/17 12 to 3 pm or Sat Dec 9th, 12 to 3 pm.