General considerations for conducting online qualitative research and practice implications for interviewing people with Acquired Brain Injury
Qualitative methodology is key to understanding the lived experience of people with acquired brain injury (ABI). The key aim of this research is to map out the practical, ethical and methodological considerations when adapting research to an online environment.
Factors that influence the quality of paid support for adults with acquired neurological disability: scoping review and thematic synthesis
Theoretically, individualised funding schemes empower people with disability to choose high quality support services in line with their needs and preferences. Given the importance of support, the aim of this scoping review was to understand the factors that influence the quality of paid disability support...
Understanding the factors that influence the quality of paid disability support for adults with acquired neurological disability and complex needs: a scoping review protocol
Adults with disability as the result of an acquired neurological disorder often have varying and complex support needs. Consequently, adults with complex needs often require paid support to enable them to exercise choice and control and participate fully and effectively in society.