Media opportunity for young disabled people

Media opportunity for young disabled people

ODI has been contacted by a Researcher at Ricochet television who make a broad range of programmes from pure documentaries like Channel 4’s Born to be Different, through to large scale award winning formats like Supernanny.

They have interest for a documentary series focused around young adults with a disability who are on the hunt for a likeminded care worker/ personal assistant. They want to hear a little bit about them, their interests and also their experiences with care workers/ personal assistants in the past.
Are you 18-35?
Are you in the process of employing a care worker/personal assistant with similar interests and hobbies to yourself?
Would you be willing to talk about your previous experiences with care workers/ personal assistants?
If so, UK based Television Company Ricochet are looking to speak with young adults with a disability who are on the hunt for a likeminded care worker/ personal assistant. We want to hear a little bit about yourself, your interests and also your experiences with care workers/ personal assistants in the past.
DPULOs with young members (18-25) may wish to alert them to an opportunity to take part in a documentary series focused around young adults with a disability who are looking for a care worker/ personal assistant. Contact: bethany.read@ricochet.co.uk or on 01273 224800.
*Please note that getting in contact does not oblige you to take part in the programme.
Posted April 3rd, 2014 In Announcements

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