Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning (DRILL) programme is a four-country research project comprising the United Kingdom nations. The project is the first research in the world that is managed by disabled persons.
As a research organization, the body has undertaken several research projects. In the news at present, including events in the past, here are a few about DRILL’s activities.
News from the Countries
Research And Pilot Grants For 2017
In the recent news is the announcement on research grants for 2017 among the four member countries of DRILL
There are many notable grants slated for England in the DRILL program for 2017. These are:
Supported Decision Making
This is a project to research on the experiences of disabled persons with mental health & learning difficulties as related to decision-making process.
This is the experiences of disabled persons in the legal profession in England and Wales. This is in a bid to develop strategies for the future.