We are a team of researchers from University Health Network. We are looking for people with disabilities or health conditions that affect their experiences with wayfinding to take part in a survey.

We are interested in learning about your experiences using technology for wayfinding in indoor and outdoor spaces. Wayfinding is the process involved in planning and making decisions to get from a present location to a desired location. Various tools, technologies, or systems may assist individuals with wayfinding by providing sensory or other cues directing individuals within the environment.

Participants must be:

  • at least 18 years old
  • live in Canada
  • have lived experience with disability or health conditions that affect your experiences with wayfinding and/or use a support person (such as an intervener, interpreter, or sighted guide) for wayfinding.

Participants will complete a survey on their experiences with wayfinding and use of technology for wayfinding. The survey may take between 15 to 30 minutes to complete. They will receive a $50 gift card for their time.

Ways to take part in survey: (1) online (2) paper forms sent by mail, (3) through a telephone interview, or (4) through a video call.

For more information about the study, please contact Iris Levine at 416-597-3422 extension 7878 or by e-mail at Iris.Levine@nulluhn.ca.

Please note that the security of e-mail messages is not guaranteed. Messages may be forged, forwarded, keep indefinitely, or seen by others using the internet. Do not use e-mail to discuss information you think is sensitive. Do not use e-mail in an emergency since e-mail may be delayed. Version Date: Nov 20, 2022.


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