18 – 24 Year Old Youth Survey Participants Needed

Honey Jean Dubria is a fourth year Interior Design student from the Faculty of Media and Creative Arts at Humber College Institute of Advanced Learning who is researching the impact of creative hubs on the well being and career development of deaf, blind and disabled youth ages 18 – 24 who are interested in the arts.

Survey Information:

The objective of this research is to gain valuable insights into how interior design can be improved to create an inclusive and accessible environment for deaf, blind, and disabled youth interested in the arts. By participating in this study, participants can have the chance to share their perspectives on the existing interior design of art and learning spaces thereby contributing to the researcher’s study to create a creative hub that supports their needs and well-being. 

Key details about the survey:

  • The research involves a confidential online survey.
  • Participants should be 18 years of age or older.
  • Participation is entirely voluntary, and responses will be kept confidential.
  • Participants can choose to not participate in this survey at any time.
  • No physical, social, or economic risks are posed to participants.
  • The insights gathered will help inform the design of a creative hub to provide an inclusive and accessible environment that supports the well-being and career development of the deaf, blind, and disabled youth.

The survey will end on November 17, 2023.

Here is the link to the survey:

If you have any questions or require additional information about the study, please do not hesitate to contact Honey Jean Dubria at hodubria@gmail.com or contact her thesis supervisor, Anna Stranks at anna.stranks@humber.ca.

Your support in participating or help in finding participants for this research is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support.

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