New research being conducted by Professor Anna Whittaker and the SPARKLE team at the University of Stirling is looking at the impact of social distancing and self-isolation on social contact, loneliness, wellbeing and physical activity.
Adults experiencing social distancing and in one of the following categories: 60+ years, an unpaid carer, a person with a learning disability are invited to participate in a web-based online survey.
Click here for information sheet and easy to read pictorial version, both have a direct link to the survey or alternatively this can be accessed at www.stir.ac.uk/39i. Details of how to request a telephone interview if preferred are also included.
The researchers are keen to include as many individuals with a learning disability as possible but realise that support may be needed to complete parts of the survey. Family members and paid staff are also welcome to complete it.