Your chance to tell us what you think of SPACE!
We are working with a research team to find out what SPACE does well and where we need to improve and we need your help!
WHO IS DOING THE RESEARCH?
CAFADA is the Children and Families Affected by Domestic Abuse Project. Researchers from five universities across Scotland and England are exploring services for children, young people and parents affected by domestic abuse.
The project is trying to find out how people who work in places like schools, the police, youth centres, and social work help families when there has been domestic abuse. We want to learn what sort of things help and if there are things they could do better.
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW?
The CAFADA project would like to learn about how SPACE affects the safety and wellbeing of young people affected by domestic abuse, and how young people feel about the support they receive.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
The interview will take up to 30 minutes and will take place at your SPACE session.
WILL I GET PAID FOR MY TIME?
Yes, you will get a £10 one4all voucher and will also receive a care package
WHERE CAN I FIND MORE INFORMATION?
You can chat to any of the SPACE staff about the research or email Laura if you have any questions; firstname.lastname@example.org
OK, I'LL DO IT. WHAT DO I NEED TO DO NEXT.
Complete the participant consent form by clicking here, you might want an adult to go through it with you so either ask someone in your household or a SPACE staff member.
Or chat to the SPACE staff at your next session!