Research panel

Become a panellist

We need your help to make everyday equality for disabled people a reality
Join our research panel
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Join our research panel

Being part of the Scope research panel helps your voice and experience drive what we do. Together, we can achieve everyday equality.

About our research panel

Disabled people, parents and carers of disabled children are experts by experience. Being part of the Scope research panel gives you, our customers and supporters the chance to voice your expertise and opinions.

Your views and opinions can help us to keep improving our services, support and campaigns. We have a wide variety of opportunities to get involved: surveys, polls, interviews, focus groups and feeding back on new services - either online or in person. You can even be part of Scope’s work influencing government policy about the changes you would like to see.

Being part of the research panel, you have the flexibility to contribute as little or as much time as you like. You will be able to see projects based on your interests and preferences, then choose if you would like to take part or apply. You’re in control and can change your preferences at any time.

The Scope research panel helps us to keep disabled people at the heart of everything we do. Your voice and collaboration will help influence how we achieve everyday equality for disabled people.

Other ways to support us

Share your story as a storyteller

More about becoming a storyteller - links to stories pages
Stories are at the heart of everything we do at Scope. We give disabled people and their families a platform to share their experiences. This could be anything from a blog to a newspaper article.
 

Become a Scope Role Model

More about Scope Role Models - links to Scope Role Models page
Hosted by Scope and a disabled role model, we deliver workshops in secondary schools that help to change attitudes. Sessions are fun, engaging and discuss disability issues in an open, honest environment.

Other ways to volunteer

Other volunteering opportunities - links to volunteering page
Our volunteers play a valuable role across the organisation, from helping at events, in our head office and in our shops. Your support helps us to achieve everyday equality for disabled people.