Rural Personal Assistance Worker Project

About the Project

Rural Personal Assistance Worker Project

Personal Assistance Services (PAS) workers are critical to the well-being of people with disabilities. Right now there are serious shortages of PAS workers in rural communities. Understanding PAS workers' experiences is important in improving our understanding of how to support the important work they do. 

The Rural PAS Worker Project asks PAS workers to take photos of their daily work experiences and then meet (remotely) with the team to discuss and document their perspectives. Team members will receive $50 for their time (4 hours total, spread over 4 weeks). 

Get Involved

Sign up here: Rural Home Care Worker Study

For more information, contact Ari Lissau:

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