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About us

The 200 Lives project is funded by the National Institute for Health research to evaluate the quality of costs of supported living and residential care for adults with learning disabilities in England. It aims to provide up-to-date evidence about what makes good housing and support for adults with learning disabilities, and the costs associated with this. Please click here for further information.

How can you help us?

We want to talk to people with learning disabilities living in residential care or supported living to find out more about their lives and we need your help to put us in touch with them. We welcome participants with a range of support needs, including those with more profound and multiple learning disabilities.

What about Covid?

The research is Covid safe as we can gather the information via questionnaires and online interviews (although we are also happy to visit people in person, depending on geographical location, if it is safe to do so).

Get in touch

If you think you might be interested in the research and would like to know more, please email or call Francesca Ribenfors on 07464 531 762 or Lauren Blood on 07593 437 428 to have an informal conversation. We would be happy to arrange a short meeting to discuss the project further and how you could get involved. Thank you!

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