Entries by Katy Brickley

Our final feedback event coming in 2024

The Feeling at Home study is sadly coming to an end in December this year. But we would love you to join us for an online feedback event in March 2024.  At this online event, we will discuss what we have learnt about home over the last 3 years hear from members of our research […]

Feeling at Home presenting at National ENRICH event

Dr Deborah Chinn will be presenting an update on the Feeling at Home project at the National ENRICH event on Monday 18 September 2023. ENRICH is a programme that brings together care home staff, residents and their families with researchers. We have been working closely with care homes for people with learning disabilities through the […]

Feeling at Home photovoice online workshop at the 2023 Research Methods e-festival

The Feeling at Home research team will be running an online workshop on photovoice at the ESRC National Centre for Research Method’s e-festival on Wednesday 8 November 2023, 3 – 5pm. Our workshop is called An experiential workshop on photovoice: participatory action research using photography with marginalized groups. In our practical workshop we will learn about […]

Feeling at Home exhibition at Ffotogallery, Cardiff, Wales

We are excited (and a bit sad) to be holding our final Feeling at Home exhibition in Wales, exhibiting the photographers’ images of home at Ffotogallery in Cardiff. Our researchers worked with the 19 photographers with learning disabilities using the photovoice research method in which people tell their stories, share their experiences, and work towards improving their […]

Feeling at Home at the European Congress of Mental Health in Intellectual Disability in Finland

Feeling at Home research team members, Shalim Ali and Dr Tony Levitan, will be presenting at the European Congress of Mental Health in Intellectual Disability (EAMHID). The conference is an opportunity for health professionals, researchers, and policymakers to meet and share experiences and knowledge with the goal of improving mental health for people with learning […]